Megan has been working with non-profits for the past six years and recently has crossed over into helping survivors of abuse. Megan has a long history of innovating new projects, as well as, reviving projects on the brink of collapsing. Under the Women and Children’s Advocacy Project for the Center of Law and Social Responsibility at New England Law | Boston, Megan has launched multiple initiatives to help victims of abuse, as well as, completely renovating the Project’s two main projects: the Judicial Language Project and Sexual Violence Legal. As a volunteer, Megan has participated in writing educational materials explaining the issues concerning child abuse and how to prevent abuse for Protect Mass Children and was an intern for Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office. She was an integral component of the Westfield Stray Cat Rescue taking them from an organization about to close their doors to a thriving non-profit organization. Not only did Megan re-design the Rescue’s marketing strategy but she also redesigned their newsletter and fundraising strategy.
Megan has a background in socio-linguistics and holds a Juris Doctorate from New England Law | Boston as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies and a Bachelor of Science in Music Business from the State University of New York at Fredonia. Megan can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.