Megan Anderson earned her M.A. Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Religion, Society, and Social Change from Claremont School of Theology and a B.A. in Mathematics and Theology from the College of Saint Benedict. She is the Global Dialogues Coordinator for the Institute for Ecological Civilization and has served as Program Manager for the Parliament of the World’s Religions, helping coordinate programming for the POWR’s Justice Track. In addition to her work at EcoCiv, she is also the Executive Assistant and Workforce Development Project Manager at CHERP, Inc., a nonprofit working on environmental justice, local economic revitalization, job creation, and carbon mitigation and works as the Blogcast Curator and Editor for the nonprofit Religica. When Megan isn’t working, she enjoys being in nature, taking walks, reading, playing DnD, and hanging out with her five birds (Sage, Peace, Canela, Clove, and Tito).