Megan has been working as an educator for over ten years. She has been working with Kids4Peace Boston since 2016, bringing her skills in experiential and outdoor education, interfaith dialogue and learning, and program management to our community. She believes in the power of experiential education to transform how youth learn about themselves and one another, deepening interreligious and intersectional learning across difference. Megan holds a Master's in theological studies, and is a doctoral student in comparative theology at Boston College, where her research focuses on ritual, embodiment, and formation in Christianity and Islam. She has published and presented at conferences on themes related to interfaith experiential education.