Senior Research Fellow
BA, Psychology/K-12 Special Education Teacher Certification, Rutgers University; Med, Special education (focus Transition and Supported Employment ), University of North Carolina Charlotte; PhD, Special Education, University of Maryland
Meg’s work focuses on research, policy, and practice in inclusive higher education for people with intellectual disability (ID). She is the principal investigator on multiple federally funded projects focused on transition to college, inclusive higher education and employment for students with ID. She has co-authored three books and over 80 peer reviewed journal articles, book chapters, and briefs on transition, college access, and employment. In addition to research, Meg has provided professional development to thousands of professionals and families around building expectations and expanding opportunities for students with ID to go to college.