Meg has been working with young children since 1985. She has a BA in early childhood education and a masters degree in human development with an emphasis on teaching adults.
Meg has had a lifelong passion for anti-bias work; she began leading workshops and classes on bias and differences about 25 years ago.
She’s had support and mentoring from many amazing educators, including participating in the Culturally Relevant/Anti-Bias Leadership Education Project from 1990-1993, a Children’s Defense Fund Emerging Leaders Fellowship in 2006, and getting to be a research assistant for Anti-Bias Education for Young Children & Ourselves, written by Louise Derman Sparks and Julie Olsen Edwards and published in 2010.
Meg took the lead on writing AMAZE’s Families All Matter Early Childhood Anti-Bias Curriculum, published in 2009. These days, she is AMAZE’s early childhood coordinator, a trainer for Eager to Learn and a community faculty member for Metropolitan State University.