Megan has worked in her role as case manager since August of 2017. In her role as case manager, Megan works primarily with clients impacted by domestic violence who are referred to our Carroll County office through police reports and protective orders. Megan spends time in the District and Circuit Court houses advocating for victims to request protective orders and to gain supports from other programming such as Women’s Law Center and Legal Aid of Maryland. Megan works with those in crisis and also clients impacted by violence who require more long term support. She educates on intimate partner violence and what is healthy relationships during individual times with clients but also during her weekly domestic violence education support group that is offered in house. Megan is FCS’s LGBTQ+ specialist and has hosted internal trainings on the topic and as worked in different communities to make people aware of the LGBTQ+ services provided by FCS. Megan has a BA in Criminal Justice from Towson University and is currently studying for her MSW and Med in Human Sexuality at Widener University. Prior to her work at FCS, she worked as a support staff member for a Domestic Violence Shelter in York County, PA. Megan enjoys her ability to form strong relationships and partnership with other agencies as well as working with her team and the supervisors at FCS that support and provide feedback to the team.