BIOGRAPHY

Always an interdisciplinary thinker and learner, Meg received a Masters in Pastoral Ministry from Boston College’s School of Theology and Ministry and a B.A. in American Studies with a concentration in Women’s Studies from the College of the Holy Cross. Meg is the Assistant Director of the Feinstein Institute for Public Service at Providence College, whose mission is to work collaboratively to increase understanding of and promote positive, sustainable social and economic change through community building. In this role, Meg nurtures campus-community partnerships and teaches a public service course. In her previous role at the College, Meg worked as a Campus Minister for local service. Prior to her move to New England, she lived and worked in New Orleans, co-founding a nonprofit that sought to create a space for hospitality, retreat, and a thoughtful response to the post-Katrina reality. When Meg is at home, you can find her cooking vegetarian food and hosting community dinners with her wife, Heather.

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Masters in Pastoral Ministry, Boston College’s School of Theology and Ministry