Meghan Malik

Meghan Malik

Trafficking Project Manager

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Content Expert: Sex Trafficking, Systems Change

Meghan joined the Women’s Fund in 2015 as the Trafficking Project Manager. She is working to combat sex trafficking in Nebraska through the development of a comprehensive approach that includes research, victim services, and public awareness.

Meghan’s previous experience includes serving as the Children & Family Center Director at Nebraska Children’s Home Society, the Young Families Initiative Supervisor at Lutheran Family Services, and the Executive Director of the Nebraska CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) Association. She has experience building coalitions and community champions while remaining outcome-driven. Meghan holds a master’s degree in public administration from University of Nebraska-Omaha and a bachelor of arts degree in Human Resources and Family Sciences from University of Nebraska at Lincoln.

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