Megan Dunn, '13
Megan Dunn has a 15-year work history in environmental advocacy and social justice and volunteer experience as a community leader. She serves on several City of Everett commissions, and most recently, the Streets Initiative Task Force and Human Needs Committee. As an experienced environmental health advocate, Megan brings leadership and knowledge of complex issues and protecting our community. Her graduate degree from UW Bothell gave her an advanced understanding of quality of life and public policy. Megan’s interest areas include collaborative impact, research, social justice and environmental policy.
Her master’s degree lead to her current position as Program Director with the Northwest Center for Alternatives to Pesticides (NCAP). Through this position, she leads efforts to advocate and educate for pesticide alternatives, including Integrated Pest Management (IPM) work in Washington schools, public spaces and low income housing.
She has a bachelor’s degree in Biology-Geology from University of Rochester and a Master of Arts in Policy Studies from University of Washington Bothell. Megan lives with her husband and two school-aged children in the Lowell Neighborhood of Everett, WA, in a house built in 1892.
Contact Megan at firstname.lastname@example.org.