Megan has been with Climate Generation since the fall of 2012. Her work includes providing program support for education and public engagement, coordinating the Summer Institute for Climate Change Education, managing volunteers, interns and the on-boarding of new staff, and tracking grant budgets. Megan came to Climate Generation after obtaining a degree in Biology from the College of St. Benedict and St. John’s University, and working at various environmental non-profits, including the Minnesota Food Association and the Conservation Corps of Minnesota and Iowa. She loves her work at Climate Generation because it fulfills her passion for engaging people with a love for the environment in order to preserve it for the future. Megan is glad to call Minnesota her home, and when not working she enjoys visiting her family in Duluth and partaking in all things “North Shore” related, while living in Minneapolis and taking advantage of the wonderful biking paths and corner coffee shops.