With a deep interest in how people interact with the environment, Meghan brings thoughtfulness, creativity and a collaborative approach to the energy team. As the Community Energy Coordinator, Meghan is focused on bringing climate change down to the level of peoples everyday realities, and finding ways to come up with accessible solutions for climate change for all. Meghan has a BA in Socio-Cultural Anthropology from the University of Western Ontario and a Masters of Development Practice from the University of Waterloo. She has extensive experience in qualitative research methods and community-based research. With work experiences ranging from working in the welding department of an automotive factory to consulting on the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals, Meghan brings a unique perspective to her work that is fundamentally grounded in the relationships she has built.