Meagan is an experienced educator and community organizer, skilled in communications and civic engagement campaigns. While pursuing degrees in Psychology and History at Florida State University, she supervised a youth mentoring program in the highly segregated Tallahassee public school system, an experience that would draw her into a life of teaching and community involvement fighting harmful, racist educational policy. Meagan has successfully created three advocacy groups and countless issue based campaigns focused on immigration rights, educational equity, COVID safety and access to healthcare. Her campaigns have been featured in major news outlets, podcasts, the HBO documentary “Q: Into the Storm” and even the Journal of Hospital Medicine. Leveraging her experience as an organizer, Meagan creates relevant and sticky communications to promote events and facilitate understanding of complex issues. She uses skills honed as a teacher to build inclusive, forward thinking partnerships with diverse groups, grounded in mutual respect and focused on confronting systems and institutions that protect white advantage.