Megan Bander is the Greater Good Parenting Program Coordinator. She supports the creation and distribution of content for parenting practitioners and parents to help them raise kids committed to the well-being of others.
Prior to working at GGSC, Megan was a consultant at WolfBrown, where she managed research and evaluation projects aimed at understanding and advocating for the impact of the arts. Her favorite projects focused on understanding the social and emotional benefits of arts programming for children and families.
Megan is a graduate of UC Davis, where she focused her studies on aesthetics, the sublime, and (while she didn’t call it this at the time) experiences of awe. She received her M.A. in arts administration from Teachers College, Columbia University. Megan grew up in the Bay Area and currently lives in the East Bay with her husband and toddler.