Meg is the Director of Innovation at Rocky Hill Country Day School (PK-12,) working to create a culture of innovation, develop the next generation of innovative leaders, and serves as a strategic adviser to start-up founders. In this role, Meg designs and develops new frameworks, connecting education, industry, non-profits, and researchers to transform the context in which teaching and learning happens. As an entrepreneur, Meg founded and is Executive Director of Girls Leadership Collaborative, a leadership development organization focused on growing leadership capacity among youth, teens, adults, families, and schools. Making the latest research in leadership theories, gender studies, neurobiology, and group formation theory accessible to all, she works to create new models for education. Meg has served youth for over 20 years in a variety of roles including classroom teacher, youth and service learning leader, boarding school dorm parent, advisor, athletic coach, counselor, social entrepreneur, trainer and speaker, and is the parent of 2 girls, one in college and one applying to college. A graduate of the ’14 Gardner Carney Leadership Institute’s Leadership Lab: Teaching Teachers About Teaching Leadership, and a visiting scholar at the 2016 gcLi Leadership Lab, Meg is passionate about developing others through a strengths-based approach. In addition to an undergraduate degree in Biology and art, she holds an M.Ed in education, leadership, and integrated curriculum design.
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