Violence Prevention and Response
Education & Interests
Areas of Specialization & Professional Interests
Meg is the Lead Victim Advocate for the Violence Prevention & Response team. She has worked in victim service and trauma fields for over ten years. Her professional interests include the use of writing as a vehicle for empowerment and the role support groups play healing. In her role, Meg oversees the advocacy services and support coordination for VPR's clients including managing their 24/7 confidential hotline. She also provides survivors of violence with emotional support and advocacy when navigationg legal, judicial, academic and other reporting and support systems.
University of Denver, M.S.W. in Clinical Social Work, 2012; Kalamazoo College, B.A. in English & Psychology, 2007.
Massachusetts Rape Crisis Counselor, 2015 Interpersonal Trauma Social Work Certificate, University of Denver 2012
Chuhran, Megan. (2013, April 3). Economic impact of childhood sexual abuse on adult survivors. Victims Services Network. http://www.victimservicesnetwork.org/economic-impact-of-childhood-sexual-abuse-on-adult-survivors/
Meg enjoys reading anything and everything, cuddling with her silver tabby, Cassiopeia, DIY home projects and laughing at bad jokes.