Megan Toth jumped on board the Greenbelt Alliance team to help secure support for its underlying mission and put on simply superlative events. Hailing from Missoula, Montana she developed a love for the outdoors early on, and is deeply passionate about promoting healthy environments in order to support healthy communities and people.
Megan began her post-collegiate adventures in San Francisco as Outreach Coordinator and newsletter Editor-in-Chief for California’s statewide energy efficiency program, Flex Your Power. Concurrently, she also served as Campaign Coordinator for the related summer Flex Alert program. In 2010 she decided to pack up and ship off to the emerald hills of Eugene, Oregon for graduate school where she learned that she also enjoys picking up a camera and making films. With her Canon 60D in-hand she traveled to Sirsi, India for four months where she co-produced a documentary film about the self-generated women’s seed-saving cooperative, Vanastree. After completing the film for her master’s degree, she put her videography skills to use making fundraising and outreach videos for Hospital Albert Schweitzer in Haiti, as well as their adjoining prosthetics lab.
In her spare time, Megan enjoys gardening, skiing, acting, floating the river, spending time with friends, and of course, hitting up the dance floor. Megan holds a B.A. in Biology and Society from Cornell University and an M.A. in Environmental Studies from the University of Oregon. She is proficient in French and Haitian-Creole, and is currently learning Spanish.
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