Megan Fritsch joined NAAG in July 2022 as Counsel for the Center for Tobacco and Public Health. Megan received her J.D. from Widener University Commonwealth Law school in 2012. Megan provides legal expertise to the State Attorney Generals with respect to their work to enforce the Master Settlement Agreement (MSA), their tobacco statutes and tobacco retailing matters.

Megan started her career doing Pennsylvania workers’ compensation litigation as well as Social Security Disability work. Immediately prior to coming to NAAG, Megan worked for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General Tobacco Enforcement Section where she enforced the MSA, Pennsylvania tobacco statutes, and litigated on behalf of the Commonwealth with respect to several tobacco related issues. Megan was also provided presentations on tobacco issues at local and national conferences to help educate State Attorneys General and public health personnel.

When not working on providing support to attorneys general, Megan can be found crafting or going to brunch with her family.