Meg’s passion for shelter animals brought her to St. Hubert’s in 2014, where she started on the “ground floor,” working in direct animal care and adoptions. Her ongoing studies and increasing expertise in canine behavior provided a natural transition to the Training and Behavior Center, where Meg is committed to helping people understand dog behavior in a way that makes sense in order to increase quality of life for people and their pets. Meg leads our efforts to assist pet guardians in building and strengthening the human-animal bond through training and education, in addition to lending training and behavior expertise to shelter and rescue organizations through our many outreach programs, which are designed to inspire teamwork and meet a shared goal of increasing life-saving efforts for shelter animals.
Meg has a Psychology Degree from Rutgers University, and she has continued education in biology, learning, and behavior. She and her other half, Rob, share their home with their three adopted dogs, Roxy, Buster, and Louie. When not working, Meg enjoys hiking, swimming, traveling and training her dogs.