Meghan Currie, BA (Human Geography), is a passionate advocate who works with diverse cultural populations and multi-generational groups toward promoting greater equity, diversity and inclusion for all.
Meghan is the Inclusive Technology Lab Coordinator at the University of BC, and the Research & Enforcement Officer for the New Tree Fruit Varieties Development (Ambrosia) Council. Her previous employment includes many years as clinic coordinator for Options for Sexual Health, and multiple research assistant and facilitator positions at UBC working on disability and accessibility issues.
Meghan has volunteered extensively in many different capacities and believes in being an active member of building strong communities.
She is a director of The Bridge Youth & Family Services and has served as a board member, community relations leader, advisory member and researcher with organizations such as Kelowna District Pro Choice Action Society, Options for Sexual Health, UBC Inclusive Technology Lab Advisory Council, and the Central Okanagan Women’s Resource & Education Foundation.