Megan has spent much of her young career working with immigrants and refugees. Most recently, she served as a case specialist helping to provide legal and social services to the families who were separated at the southern US border under the current administration’s zero-tolerance immigration policy.
In college, she became involved in sexual assault prevention and education. As a four-year member of a campus group called One Less, she gave presentations to other student groups about consent and sexual assault policy. She also spent time lobbying for more effective campus sexual assault policies at the Virginia State Capitol. This passion for protecting all people from sexual abuse is what drew her to the PREA Resource Center.