Megan is now the Grant Writer for the Western team at Ecojustice, where she works with granting partners to reach our shared goals for our world.
Megan is xwelítem (hungry person, a settler), who grew up in S’ólh Téméxw, unceded and unsurrendered Stó:lō Territory, in the city now known as Chilliwack. She moved to Toronto in 2014, The Dish With One Spoon Treaty territory, to pursue theatre and performance graduate studies and eventually found work in fundraising at Native Child and Family Services of Toronto. Megan fell in love with creating structural and systemic change by advocating for and reallocating government and community funds where they belong – in Indigenous communities.
In 2021, Megan returned to the west coast for the mountains and family support and is excited to work with Ecojustice to create a world she can leave for her child and future grandchildren. She is also excited to support environmental justice, conservation, and climate change work that is led by Indigenous Nations and activists.
You can find Megan running on trails in the Lower Mainland, trying to keep her poor plants alive, and volunteering in her community.
Last updated: July 6, 2021