Lynne P Meadows

Lynne P. Meadows, R.N., B.S.N., M.S.

Secretary, Board of Health
Lynne P. Meadows has 30 years of experience in the field of healthcare and nursing. Her career began when she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Queens College (New York). She earned her Master of Science degree in nursing from Georgia State University. Ms. Meadows is a long time employee of the Fulton County School System. She is currently Coordinator of Student Health Services and has served in this capacity since the program’s inception 17-years ago. Ms. Meadows had an extensive career at Grady Health System prior to joining Fulton County Schools. Her leadership roles at Grady included that of Assistant Head Nurse, Staff Development Instructor, Director of Quality Improvement & Staff Development for Ambulatory Services and the Assistant Vice-President of Patient Care Services. She has also worked as a Pediatric Nursing Instructor and a Legal Nurse Consultant.

Ms. Meadows is very active in public health initiatives and the school health services arena. She currently serves as the State Director and State Data Champion for the National Association of School Nurses and Georgia Association of School Nurses. Ms. Meadows also was selected and participated in the national School-Based Health Alliance Leadership Fellow Program in 2015. She was one of ten to graduate in the inaugural leadership class. In 2011, Ms. Meadows was named School Nurse Administrator of the Year by the Georgia Association of School Nurses. In 2014, she received the “Game Ball” award for exemplary work by the FCSS Superintendent.

Ms. Meadows’ record of community service is exemplary. She volunteers for several community organizations which includes the Meals on Wheels Program, the American Heart Association and Making Strides against Breast Cancer. She is a graduate of the Leadership Georgia Class of 2009.