Megan-Behavior Support Professional

mcGill_staff_meganMegan has a strong background in health education and promotion focusing on teaching practical skills with attainable goals to individuals of all intellectual abilities. She has a passionate belief in the importance of individualized outreach and education. Megan has worked with various underserved populations and enjoys providing support using straightforward, positive approaches.


  • B.S. in Human Development and Family Studies with a minor in Women’s Studies from Penn State University
  • Master of Public Health with an emphasis in Public and Community Health Services from The University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health


  • Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) Certification; Bureau of Autism Services
  • Certificate in Nonprofit Management from The University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public and International Affairs

Specialties / Strengths:

    • Sexuality Education
    • Health Education and Promotion
    • Women’s Health and Wellness
    • Intellectual and Development Disabilities
    • Positive Approaches
    • Individualized Support Planning
    • Domestic Violence Survivor Counseling and Advocacy
    • Public Speaking
    • Curriculum Development
    • Parent Education
    • Program Coordination
    • Grief and Loss