Fresh out of law school, Meg took a job in Anchorage, sight unseen, representing Alaskans experiencing disabilities. This job brought her to Alaska, let her travel throughout the state, and gave her valuable experience working on systemic issues.
As an elected member of the Anchorage Assembly, Meg has been instrumental in expanding the Municipality’s work around behavioral health and homelessness, including improving overall public health and safety and the well-being of vulnerable people. Meg has joined the Anchorage Coalition to End Homelessness to apply her experience and expertise.
Meg enjoys spending her free time with her husband Zach, their daughter Zelda, two dogs, cat, and five chickens.
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