Science Communication Trainer
Meg helps scientists change the world, one conversation at a time. Through workshops and coaching, she teaches scientists how to uncover the “so what?” of their research and how to connect with the audiences that need to hear about their work. She works with a wide range of people—across biophysical and social sciences, in academic and agency settings, from coastal to mountain geographies. She often coaches researchers on engaging with policy, helping them bring our evolving understanding of the natural world to those making decisions about how we live in it.
Meg began her career in Washington, D.C. working at the intersection of environmental science and policy. She earned a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania in Environmental Science and Political Science and an M.P.A. from the University of Washington. She enjoys organizing her books by color, watching bad scifi movies, and telling you about her cat,