You deserve a representative who shares your values, is honest, straight-forward, and is willing to listen to your concerns.
"Justice for all," is more than just part of the Pledge of Allegiance; it makes us who we are and it is what I will fight for every day as your State Representative.
Meg was born in Colorado Springs and graduated from Cheyenne Mountain High School. She went to the University of Northern Colorado and earned a Bachelor's degree in Sociology.
She has worked in the social work field for nearly 15 years and has worked on the front lines of our community. She has worked with adults with severe mental illness, juveniles and adults in the criminal justice system, victims and survivors of sexual assault, and in the court system.
Meg has volunteered for a number of groups and organizations in our community, including the American Red Cross, the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, and Hear, Here Poetry.
Justice can mean many things to many people. Meg is passionate about working towards a more just society in all ways, with a focus on environmental justice, health care, education, and criminal justice reform.
By building a stronger and more just community, we improve upward mobility, support the middle class, and ensure that everyone has the tools they need to be successful and productive members of society.