Elizabeth Meg is a Buffalo transplant but has quickly become an active community advocate, using her platform and privilege to address issues around housing, poverty and community building.
Elizabeth currently works as a freelance creative, collaborating with artists, small businesses and non-profits. While the range of her work is vast, the underlying vision is to form partnerships within communities to improve equitable access for all, to information, resources and opportunities.
Elizabeth Meg holds a Bachelor’s degree in English & Anthropology from Mansfield University and a Master’s degree in Community Mental Health Counseling from the University of Missouri. She is a board certified counselor and prior to moving to Buffalo, spent 15 years working with families and children involved with social services or the juvenile justice system. Elizabeth also served as a linguist in USAF and devotes much of her service work to veterans and veteran organizations.