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BACKGROUND:  Megan is an award-winning bilingual Canadian journalist with practical on-the-ground experience in foreign correspondence, fashion journalism, and training communicators.


Web Editor, World Vision Canada, December 2015-Present
Freelance journalist and communicator, November 2010-present
  • Writing for magazines: BettyReject ApathyEditions Entrefilet and Converge
  • On-air TV interviews with Al Jazeera English, Sky News and eNews Africa, radio news pieces for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
  • Consultant editor for Save the Children on gender policy document
Communications and Social Media Specialist, World Vision Canada, February 2015-December 2015
  • Content creator and editor for Church Engagement website
  • Maintain all Church Engagement social media platforms
  • Responsible for all National Church Engagement outward-facing communications materials

Writer and Consultant, Institute for War and Peace Reporting, Tunis, December 2012-April 2013
  • Write concept notes, grant proposals and news stories for the IWPR website
  • Consult on training programs to enhance the capacity of Tunisian journalists
Editor and Journalist, Tunisia Live, March 2012-October 2012


Master of Arts in Journalism, The University of Western Ontario, June 2011
  • Dalton Camp Award finalist for my essay “How Canadian Newspaperwomen Won the Vote,” published by The Toronto Star and The Walrus
  • Heine Fellowship for internship in a developing country (Malaysia)
  • CNW Award, Graduate Entrance Scholarship for academic achievement
Bachelor of Arts Honours in Social Justice and Peace Studies, minor in Francophone Studies, King’s University College, June 2010
  • King’s University College Social Justice Scholarship covering all tuition and fees in undergraduate study for work in in the social justice field, 2006-2010


Administrator, Western Student Advocacy Alliance, 2009-2010
  • Facilitated conversation between advocacy groups on campus, helped plan fundraising events
President, Art for Aids Club at King’s University College, 2008-2009
  • Planned fundraising and awareness campaigns, acted as the media liaison for the Western University AIDS Commissioner
Volunteer, Children at Risk South Africa, July-August 2008
  • Helped develop AIDS awareness and character building programs for at-risk youth, volunteered in children’s centres

  • Bilingual in French and English
  • In-depth knowledge of the ethical fashion industry
  • Mentorship, training and office management of communicators
  • Writing, editing and social media management for non-profits and charities