Meredith has a diverse background in policy analysis, advocacy, and community outreach in the subjects of urban resilience, smart growth, and open space planning. She has worked as an evaluator, outreach specialist, and consultant on planning projects for non-profit organizations and cities in the San Francisco Bay Area and Central Coast. Her previous experience has been focused on affordable housing and economic development.
Meredith's strong writing skills, research background, and community outreach experience position her to support projects along all levels of development. As an intern at Greenbelt Alliance, Meredith authored fact sheets and policy briefs and planned community events to promote sustainable, equitable development in the South Bay. Her recent project responsibilities include supporting community engagement efforts, authoring reports to inform property development strategies, and performing research to ensure entitlement compliance. Meredith has also assisted in graphics development, project management, and California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) compliance analysis. Meredith currently serves on the Oakland Committee of East Bay Housing Organizations (EBHO).
|Greenbelt Alliance||South Bay Campaigns Intern||Spring 2017|
|Middlebury Institute META Lab||Lead Research Coordinator||2016-2017|
|City of Monterey||Community Development Consultant||Fall 2016|
Master of Arts, International Policy and Development, Middlebury Institute of International Studies
Certificate in International Development and Social Change
Bachelor of Science, Linguistics, Truman State University