Urban Resilience Project Coordinator, WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities
Meghan is the Project Coordinator I for the Urban Resilience program at WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities. She works to provide project coordination and research support on a portfolio of projects focused on urban water resilience, nature-based solutions, and inclusive adaptation.
Meghan previously worked for WRI’s Urban Development team as the Sustainable Cities Impact Program Intern. In this role, she contributed to the UrbanShift initiative through research and engagement on a variety of urban sustainability solutions. Prior to joining WRI, Meghan worked on the strategic initiatives team for the University of Maryland Extension program.
Meghan holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and Technology from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Outside of work, you can find Meghan enjoying the outdoors on a hike or a run. She also loves trying new recipes and has been attempting to improve her cooking and baking skills.
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