Meg is passionate about youth voice, gender equality and climate change. She is an experienced campaigner and has worked on numerous campaigns including End Period Poverty, For the Love Of, and Sourced: Tax Justice. She specialises in working with young people and enabling them to make big changes both locally and nationally. Meg is particularly interested in participatory processes and enabling individuals to get involved in promoting social change.
Meg studied Anthropology at the University of Birmingham and completed a Masters degree in Gender, Development and Globalisation at the London School of Economics.
In her spare time Meg campaigns with IC Change, working to ratify the Istanbul Convention and volunteers locally with migrants and refugees. She is learning Spanish and spends a lot of time on Duolingo.
Meg is excited to be part of the movement that will improve governance within the third sector, celebrate diversity and disrupt the usual image of a Trustee.