Megan has seen the transformational power of intentional outdoor programming and is passionate about helping to create these opportunities for others. Studying Environmental and Sustainability Studies at Concordia College led Megan to realize how special experiential outdoor learning is. Megan’s studies and experiences have helped her learn about the barriers faced by many groups of people to have meaningful outdoor experiences, both historically and today. She is dedicated to making the outdoors more inclusive and accessible for all people.
Over the years, Megan has had ample experience spending time in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, and has completed an expedition that had her traveling on the water of the Mississippi River for over 100 days that cultivated her relationship with nature and all living beings in ways she never expected were possible.
When Megan is not in the boreal forests or on a body of water, you can find her playing cribbage or other card games with friends, going to the local coffee shop or bookstore, watching one of her favorite movies, or tending to her beloved houseplants.