Meg is the Hunger Center’s Associate. She supports the executive director and provides additional support in communications, finance, fundraising, policy, and office management. Prior to joining the Hunger Center, Meg worked at the University of Michigan’s International Institute and Center for Southeast Asian Studies. She graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.A. in International Studies and Political Science, and a minor in Biological Anthropology. She has a strong interest in the connections between policy, nutrition, and health and is also interested in understanding more about globalization’s effects on diets across the world. During her free time, Meg enjoys cooking, watching films, and going on walks and runs.