Meaghan has worked in partnership with local communities, CSOs and the public sector spanning social services, international development, education, environment and health. Overseas, she’s coordinated gender and food security projects for drought-affected regions of Uganda. Locally, she has worked for over 5 years with Indigenous communities in British Columbia to support gender and leadership programming and First Nations-led conservation and economic development initiatives. She has also worked as a Writing Fellow at the University of British Columbia and has a MA with a specialty in Indigenous topics.
Meaghan has been a member of the Canadian Council for International Cooperation’s Emerging Leaders Network and also serves on a steering committee to oversee a national Status of Women project that supports Indigenous youth leaders to combat gendered violence in their communities.
Currently, Meaghan leads communications and community engagement at Canada’s largest delegated Indigenous family services agency.