GIS Program Director
As GIS program director, Megan provides an essential component of our conservation mission… in a word: maps. We rely on her cartographic expertise in almost every aspect of our work. It often seems that, if we can imagine it, Megan can map it.
Megan’s favorite place to be outdoors is the beach. “As a native Midwesterner, it was years before I discovered the joys of the beach.”
Prior to joining Natural Lands in 2007, Megan worked for the Washington State Dept. of Natural Resources mapping threatened and endangered species. She received a BA in Liberal Arts from The Evergreen State College, and an MA in Geography from West Chester University.
Ask Megan about: atypical ways of chasing groundhogs out of your garden.