Meg designs learning experiences at Rare’s Center for Behavior and the Environment. Before joining the BE.Center, she managed learning and capacity development for Rare’s Fish Forever program, which aims to empower government partners and coastal communities in the Philippines, Honduras, Brazil, Indonesia, Mozambique, and the Pacific Islands to manage their fisheries and adopt sustainable fishing behaviors. With her degree in Psychology and background in music and video production, she created training modules, tools, digital learning content, and songs to campaign for behavior change.
Meg likes to spend time outdoors, hang out, and play music with friends. The one behavior she hopes everyone would do is include a daily dose of laughter in their self-care checklist.