Megan has many years of experience working with neurodiverse students. She previously found success working as a Peer Mentor throughout middle and high school. Here, she worked with students aged 10 – 18. Growing up with a brother with autism and a mom who worked as an ABA therapist allowed Megan to recognize a passion for working with neurodiverse individuals.
As a Student Advisor at CIP, Megan helps guide and mentor the young men and women at CIP by facilitating the weekly goal setting and self-assessment process, tracking and communicating progress, helping teach money management and budgeting, and ensuring that the student has every opportunity to be involved in the direction of their program and services. Megan earned a master’s degree in anthropology from Louisiana State University. She also holds a bachelor of science degree in general science and a bachelor of arts degree in anthropology from Fordham University.
When she’s not working with students, you can find her reading, walking with her dog Sadie, or spending time with her family. She loves riding her bike around Bloomington and going to the farmers market whenever she can!