Meg Perry has joined SWCA as an Environmental Facilitator, Mediator, and Planner. Meg brings a significant skillset in stakeholder engagement, grant and technical writing, and NEPA planning.
Her experience includes a variety of environmental issues, planning efforts, and decision-making processes, including ecological and community resilience planning, water resources, ESA compliance, NEPA, adaptive management, renewables siting, environmental health, and responsible mining. In addition to her facilitation and mediation expertise, Meg has experience in the field conducting management and monitoring for threatened and endangered species in Alaska, New Jersey, and Malaysia.
“We are excited to have Meg on board,” says Tom Hale, SWCA’s Raleigh Office Director. “Working collaboratively with stakeholders is a critical part of our environmental project work. Meg’s skillset is a great asset and one that will add a lot of value for our clients.”
Meg received a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Swarthmore College, and a master’s from Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment, with a focus on conservation science, strategic planning for large river basins, and community-based environmental management.