Rhiannon Meyers Collette
Rhiannon develops communications for Arnold Ventures’ health care team. A former journalist with more than a decade of experience, much of it writing about the politics and policies of health care, Rhiannon previously worked as an award-winning communications manager leading internal, external, and leadership communications at a large not-for-profit health system in Houston.
Prior to that role, she worked as an energy reporter at the Houston Chronicle covering the collapse of oil prices in the nation’s energy capital and as an investigative and projects reporter for the Corpus Christi Caller-Times, where she was selected as a fellow for the Association of Health Care Journalists Health Care Performance Fellowship.
She also served as a reporter at the Galveston County Daily News, where she covered the largest natural disaster to strike the island in more than a century and co-authored a book about the storm. “Infinite Monster: Courage, Hope and Resurrection in the Face of One of America’s Largest Hurricanes” was published in 2010.
Rhiannon began her career at the Tyler Morning Telegraph after earning her bachelor’s degree in journalism from Texas A&M University. She is the mother of two sons and is passionate about the creation of an affordable health care system that is fair and equitable to all.