Meg oversees all Horton’s Kids academic programming, including one-on-one tutoring for children in grades K-6, academics for youth in grades 7-12, and educational advocacy supports.
Meg has dedicated her career to empowering youth from low-income, at-risk backgrounds through education and has more than nine years of experience in urban schools. She began her career as a Teach for America corps member and spent two years working in southeast Washington, DC. After her time with Teach for America, Meg taught second and fifth grades at E.L. Haynes Public Charter School for three years.
Building on her experience as a teacher, Meg transitioned into an administrative role and served as the Program Manager for Reading Partners, a non-profit specializing in reading intervention with Title 1 schools across DC. Meg has also worked as an Assistant Principal at the Mastery Charter School network in Philadelphia. During her time with Mastery, Meg served as the founding Assistant Principal of Pastorius Elementary and helped to dramatically increase test scores in the school’s first year.
Meg holds a Masters degree in Early Childhood Education from George Mason University and a Bachelors degree in Early Childhood Education from Gallaudet University.