Megan Henly

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Megan Henly is a researcher at the Institute on Disability at the University of New Hampshire. Her work focuses on the areas of employment, health, and well-being of people with disabilities, including recent publications that examine differences in measures of disability in federal surveys (Disability and Health Journal, forthcoming), opioid misuse among people with disabilities (Disability and Health Journal, 2018), and how economic measures of job quality differ between people with and without disabilities (Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, forthcoming). As part of her work, she also responds to requests for technical assistance from Independent Living Centers, local government offices, and policy agencies that serve people with disabilities, by locating and computing relevant statistics using federal population data. 

Dr. Henly holds an M.S. in survey methodology from the University of Maryland-College Park (2004) and a Ph.D. in sociology from the University of New Hampshire (2015). She has worked in data collection and analysis for a variety of small- and large-scale surveys in nonprofits, the federal government, and academia over the last 18 years.

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