Meg is a Consultant at Spring Impact supporting on the delivery of projects, both national and international across a range of sectors.
Current projects at Spring Impact include supporting VillageReach, a non-profit global health innovator, to design and implement a “Learning Network” of like-minded social enterprises, governments and donors to improve the likelihood that solutions in low-resource settings reach sustained impact at scale with government ownership.
Meg is also working with a number of UK-based social organisations providing support in designing and implementing replication strategies through the Scale Accelerator programme. Current projects include supporting My Sister’s Place, a specialist domestic violence and abuse (DVA) service provider, to replicate its proven approach to trauma-informed therapeutic care, as well as WEvolution to scale its social movement of self-reliant groups across the UK.
Prior to joining Spring Impact, Meg worked at an international development NGO, United World Schools, where she provided operational and programmatic support to support the scale of its core education model to over 200 sites in Cambodia, Myanmar and Nepal.
Previously Meg has volunteered in the education sector both in the UK and internationally, in Nepal and Cambodia, as well as conducting research into refugee education and integration in Berlin.
Meg has a First-Class Honours Degree in Geography from the University of Cambridge.