Racial Justice Strategist & Coach (Consultant)
With a vision of equity and inclusion, Megan focuses on the multiple identities of students, educators, and leaders to uproot ableism and racism in schools - and beyond. She is the founder ofAnti-AbleistED, bringing over 15 years of experience in education and a deep connection to the needs that persist across the education landscape. She is an energetic and authentic thought leader with a demonstrated history of working at all levels of the system to improve the experiences and outcomes of all students.
Megan is passionate about adult un/learning and designing interactive experiences that grow skills and ignite change. She partners with educators, schools, organizations, districts, and state education agencies from across the country. She provides training, leadership coaching, evaluation and design, strategic planning, event planning and emceeing, and keynotes/conference workshops.
Megan is a Korean/White woman, an adoptee, the daughter of two mothers, a wife, a first-time mom, a friend, an educator, and more. She continues to explore the spaces and experiences in which these identities are most uplifted, and how they impact her work every day. Megan lives in San Francisco with her wife and three-year-old son, and enjoys spending her time finding new restaurants and outdoor adventures to enjoy with her family and friends.