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Megan is a portfolio manager with Engineers Without Borders Canada, making investments in social ventures in Canada and Africa that have the potential to transform development systems. She is passionate about changing the way innovation and improvement is incentivized in international development.

With a Bachelor of Applied Science in Systems Design Engineering from the University of Waterloo, Megan previously worked with EWB’s Water and Sanitation team in Malawi first as a staff member and then as Co-Director. Under Megan’s leadership, the team pioneered news ways of helping policy makers, funders, and local government work together on solutions to the fundamental problems surrounding sustainable services in Malawi. Megan now shares her experience creating change in complex systems as an Action Canada fellow, Trade School Toronto lecturer, and advisor to Admitting Failure.

 

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Five Ways Impact Investing Can Be More Effective

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