Boston College, Rising Law School
Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office
In the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, Meg gained an appreciation for the important role of progressive prosecution in criminal justice reform. She advised the District Attorney’s executive staff on effective project management to increase the office’s capacity for developing and implementing its policy goals. Additionally, she drafted two briefs for submission to the Massachusetts Appeals Court.
Prior to law school, Meg served in Connecticut Governor Daniel P. Malloy’s administration for five years. Starting in Governor Malloy’s policy office, she worked on a variety of issue areas including economic development, child welfare, public safety, education, and labor. In this role, she drafted and championed progressive legislation and authored a report on pay equity. Additionally, she served as Governor Malloy’s press secretary and as a senior policy and communications advisor.
Before working in Connecticut state government, Meg served in the AmeriCorps program Public Allies. A native Texan, Meg graduated with High Honors from the University of Texas at Austin in 2012 with a BA in History.