Megan is a clinically trained social worker with experience developing, implementing and administering trauma-informed, person-centered programs for children, teens and adults. She is dedicated to development and integration on all levels: personal, organizational, and societal. Megan has worked with a variety of clients in a variety of settings including: ACT teams, homeless services agencies, schools, and jails. Megan specializes in working with individuals who are particularly marginalized including homeless individuals with serious mental illness, individuals with histories of justice involvement, and communities affected by the intersection of poverty and trauma. In 2011 she was one of 18 professionals in the state of Connecticut selected to participate in an intensive educational experience aimed at developing and building on the strengths of emerging leaders statewide. She is also a registered yoga teacher who believes strongly in the connection of body and mind and regularly utilizes yogic techniques in her work with clients and staff. Megan currently works as the Director of Reentry for the Manhattan Link program at CASES.