As a Product Manager at Sustainalytics, Megan is responsible for providing clients with the data, tools and analysis needed to fulfill impact and Sustainable Development Goals ambitions and mandates. Megan currently oversees two impact-focused products, including Sustainable Product Research and Sustainable Development Analytics.
In her previous roles at Sustainalytics she has supported various clients including companies, non-profits, and investors, on a range of projects related to sustainability benchmarking and best practice analysis, stakeholder engagement, materiality assessment, donor and partnership screenings, sustainability bond second party opinions and other custom project work and ESG research. She has also managed the KnowTheChain project, a largescale ranking project on modern slavery in supply chains.
Prior to joining the Sustainalytics’ team, Megan developed and launched the Canadian local network chapter for the UN Global Compact, and designed and managed the network’s inaugural program. She holds a Master of Global Affairs from the University of Toronto, and a Bachelor of Commerce from Queen’s University. In 2015, Megan was selected as one of Canada’s Top 30 under 30 Sustainability Leaders by Corporate Knights Magazine.
Megan currently serves as a Member of the Board for the Canadian Urban Institute, a non-profit applied research organization dedicated to achieving healthy urban development across Canada.