With a diverse skill set and broad expertise that crosses disciplinary boundaries, Meg promotes human and ecosystem wellbeing through integrated approaches to sustainability solutions. Specific areas of focus include green economy and responsible business practices, community cultural and social development, the role of arts and culture in our shared future, and advocating for increased access to interdisciplinary education for sustainability at formal and informal learning institutions. Meg hold a PhD in Resource Management and Environmental Studies from the University of British Columbia, Canada (2012), a B.Sc. in Chemistry (co-op, with honours) from University of Lethbridge (2002), and an M.A. in Dance from York University (2004). Through a variety of employment, volunteer, and educational opportunities, she works to bridge the worlds of sustainability, community, and the arts. Her strengths include community engagement, sustainability practice and discourse, arts-based methods for engagement, project management, workshop design and facilitation, event planning and management, multi-stakeholder mediation, grant writing, communications, and public presentations.