Megan has been teaching social work courses on both the undergraduate and graduate level since 2012 - at Wayne State University since 2021. A proud graduate of Wayne State’s MSW program herself, Megan’s experience in the field includes over 15 years’ direct practice with survivors of sexual and domestic violence as well as educational interventions, systems change applications, and primary prevention approaches to ending these crimes. Megan is involved in training law enforcement on domestic violence and sexual assault response strategies on a statewide level through the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards. As the previous Co-Chair of the Oakland County Coordinating Council against Domestic Violence and Co-Founder of the Farmington Hills High Risk Response team, Megan is focused on macro solutions to issues like violence, poverty, and racism. Megan completed her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Spanish from the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor. Megan went on to obtain her master’s degree in Social Work from Wayne State University, with a concentration in Community Practice and Social Action.