Meg is an abolitionist who hopes to produce knowledge in the field of mental health to inform anti-carceral approaches to care. Her abolitionist lens is grounded in the theoretical underpinnings of Mad Studies, Crip Theory, and Critical Race Theory. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in Psychology from Queen’s University and is currently completing a Master of Social Work degree at Dalhousie University. She has experience working in research, community mental health, and peer-support settings. Currently, Meg is involved in research that seeks to inform the implementation of non-police mental health crisis response teams across Canadian jurisdictions.