Meghan completed her MSW at McGill University and joined the CRCF in August of 2018. She currently works as a research assistant for the Children’s Services Policy Research Group on a project that is collaboratively documenting and assessing community efforts to increase access to health, social, and education services for First Nations children through Jordan’s Principle in Alberta. Meghan obtained her bachelor degree in political science and philosophy from Queen’s University followed by a MEd at York University where she focused on psychoeducational methods for peer facilitated contexts that support learning about recovery from intimate partner violence. In addition to her work at the CRCF, Meghan currently works for a public health organization that supports people who use drugs.
Contact: meghan.sangster [at] mail.mcgill.ca (Email)