Megan is a Research and Evaluation Policy Associate at CSW. Her current work includes supporting the Workforce Benchmarking Network, the JPMorgan Chase funded Detroit project, and the Wal-Mart Foundation funded Re-Imagining Retail project with the Aspen Institute.
Megan’s interest is in improving access to and the delivery of social services. Megan is passionate about advancing the field of Social Work evaluation and raising awareness of the social work approach in the evaluation community. She has presented on this topic at both the American Evaluation Association and the Canadian Evaluation Society conferences. She is committed to providing ethical, culturally responsive, stakeholder-based services to clients.
Previously, Megan worked as an Evaluation Associate at the Curtis Center Program Evaluation Group at the University of Michigan School of Social Work. In this role, Megan participated on over 15 evaluation project teams and served as the Lead Evaluator on ten of these teams. These projects included youth development/college access programs, criminal justice programs, cancer care programs, and community leadership interventions, which were at the local, state, and national levels. Prior to this role, Megan worked for Accenture Federal Services as the Suicide Prevention Program Manager for the Michigan Army National Guard.
Megan graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.A. in English, and she received her MSW from the University of Michigan in Social Policy and Evaluation with a minor in Management of Human Services.