Megan is Director of Government Relations and Digital Strategy. For the past eight years, she has crafted effective messaging and advocated for clients in diverse sectors, although her passion lies in helping to communicate the needs of those who need advocates the most, including survivors of gender-based violence. She consults on strategy, government relations and public affairs and regularly coordinates lobby days at Queen’s Park.
Megan brings a special expertise in digital and social media marketing to her portfolio and has lead public affairs, commercial and influencer campaigns with significant reach and engagement and is an expert Facebook advertiser.
For ten years before coming to Pathway Group, Megan worked in the cultural sector as an actor, producer and company manager for non-profit theatre companies. She has produced and programmed festivals, large public events and touring shows; managed annual budgets, successfully fundraised through government and foundation grants and donor engagement, and has appeared on stage and film in Canada and internationally. She remains connected with cultural industries in Canada, bringing a deep understanding of non-profit realities to her lobbying and marketing work.
Megan holds a B.A. in Speech Communication and Drama from University of Waterloo, a certificate in Social Media Marketing from George Brown College, and is a graduate of the Acting Program of The National Theatre School of Canada. She is also a Wellness and Lifestyle instructor at George Brown College, a certified yoga instructor, a backyard farmer, and a founding member of ARCA and The Cowgirl Choir. She lives in Toronto with her husband, two children and morkie, Lucky.