Meghan began her career at Campion Center as Assistant Director of Activities in 1998, before being promoted in 2004 to her present position as Director of Activities.
Her work involves providing quality programmatic activities designed to promote and maintain physical, social and perceptual skills to all residents. Some of those programs include art and music therapy, including concerts and museum trips, lectures, film and restaurant outings, as well as fun, brain-training games.
Meghan’s strong sense of purpose and commitment sets her on a course to always seek out new ideas and avenues of adventure so residents can be assured of quality engagement. She was instrumental in lobbying for an activity-dedicated bus in order to allow more residents to participate in off-campus outings. Trying to appeal to the varied interests of the residents, Meghan has cultivated a rich resource of entertainment, from barbershop quartets to scientific knowledge based lectures, to music and exercise wellness routines.
Meghan has a BA in Social Rehabilitation and Human Services from Assumption College in Worcester, MA. She is a member of the Massachusetts Council for Activity Professionals. Meghan resides in Middlesex County with her husband and two children.