Biography of Meg Campbell - Writer Educator
Meg Campbell has a special interest in writing and project-based learning. She grew up with five siblings in La Jolla, California where she attended parochial and public schools and the Bishop School for Girls. After graduating from Radcliffe College, she worked as a community organizer in Arkansas, Texas, Louisiana, and Vermont; legislative research director at the Massachusetts State Senate; and teacher/administrator in the Boston and Chelsea Public Schools.
This writer/educator holds a Master's Degree from Wheelock College and a C.A.S. from Harvard Graduate School of Education where she is currently a Lecturer. Author of Solo Crossing and editor of several books, she teaches a poetry immersion course for teachers at Teachers and Writers Collaborative in New York City.
As cofounder of the Boston Women's Heritage Trail, Meg Campbell continues to support the organization's goal to develop and disseminate curriculum about women who have contributed to the city's history.
A long-time resident of Dorchester,
Massachusetts, Meg is the Head of the Codman Academy Charter High School
that opened at the Codman Square Health Center in September, 2001.