Megan was born on the Eglin, Florida Air Force base and traveled with the military as a young child. She was raised in a small farming community in the southwest corner of Wisconsin, Fennimore.
She received her Bachelor of Science in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. While attending Oshkosh, Megan worked within the Veterans Affairs Office providing information and advocacy services for educational purposes to veterans and surviving spouses and dependents. During this time she also volunteered at Reach Counseling Services as an on-call advocate who provides support and assistance to callers and hospital patients who suffered from sexual abuse. She continues to be an on-call advocate as well as the campus advocate.
Megan is a current member of the Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault (WCASA), Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence (WCADV), Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) for Winnebago County, Community Crisis Response Team (CCRT) for Winnebago County, Victim Services Committee at UW Oshkosh, and is co-chair of the annual Take Back the Night ending violence against women. Megan has completed the WCASA Sexual Assault Victim Advocacy School and Legal Training, WCADV Restraining Order Training, Darkness of Light’s Stewards of Children Training, Students, Staff, and Faculty for Equality Training (S.A.F.E) as an LGBTQ ally, and At your Service: Customer Service with a Multicultural Emphasis Training.
Megan is currently working towards her Masters of Arts in Community Counseling at Lakeland University.
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