Megan is a Communications Outreach Specialist and GIS Researcher for the Center for Watershed Sciences. She manages the California Waterblog as well as producing her own written and video blog contributions. One of her most notable blog posts is the Yolo Bypass: the inland sea of Sacramento.
After earning her B.S. degree in Environmental Policy Analysis and Planning with a double minor in education and GIS, Megan took her creativity and critical thinking to CWS, where she now promotes educational outreach via interactive web maps and the development of virtual hikes using field data visuals. She also manages the blog and website content to enhance the general public's knowledge of CWS efforts.
When she's not in the office, Megan can be found exploring new hiking spots or trying new recipes on her friends and family. She is also the Education Chair for the United Nations Association and spends her free time engaging with youth and encouraging them to participate in activities and events that further the UN sustainable development goals.