Director, Major Giving Committee
Megan brings her backgrounds in public health and education policy and program development to the Sound Discipline Board. With a Bachelors in Education and Gender Studies and Master’s in Public Health, Megan focuses on community engagement and data driven change. She is inspired to structure inclusive school systems that center students and families, and build policies to disrupt the school-prison pipeline. In her current work, Megan uses a multi-tiered support model to address inequities in discipline and improve access to student support services in School Districts in the Puget Sound region.