Meg comes to Smart Prosperity Institute with nearly 15 years of policy and research experience in the Government of Canada. Most recently, she was Senior Policy Analyst at Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, where she advised senior decision-makers on a wide range of sustainable housing and communities issues, as well as managed policy-related research and contributed toward innovative projects such as the EQuilibriumTM Communities Initiative. She also managed the Urban Sustainability Program at the former National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy, which resulted in publication of the State of the Debate Report "Environmental Quality in Canadian Cities: The Federal Role". Earlier in her career as a consultant, she worked on international development initiatives led by non-governmental organizations such as Federation of Canadian Municipalities and Parliamentary Centre. Meg completed her graduate studies at McGill (Master of Urban Planning) and undergraduate degree at Queen's (Bachelor of Arts in Geography).