Research & Communications Associate
- M.A. University of Glasgow
- B.A. Davis & Elkins College
Megan has always been passionate about the issues of equality and human rights, particularly the social and political factors which contribute to events in these areas on a global level. She cultivated this interest into a Bachelors with a double major in History and Political Science from Davis & Elkins College, and has recently obtained her Masters of Research from the University of Glasgow in Human Rights and International Politics. Her Masters dissertation strongly emphasized the barriers presented by discrimination and healthcare access as faced by marginalized communities, especially when individuals live with “multiple disadvantages.” In her spare time, Megan enjoys hiking with her dog, amateur photography, good music, and long books.
- Moreno, M. “Women, Disability, and Migration: Connected by Discrimination and the Resulting Issues of Healthcare Access and the Culture of Care.” (Dissertation presented to the School of Social and Political Sciences, The University of Glasgow, Sept. 2016)