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Meg joined the Social Finance graduate programme in September 2015, and is currently working in the Impact Incubator and International teams. On the International side, Meg has supported the design of outcomes-based models in education and neonatal health in West Africa. She is now focused on growing new models which tackle entrenched social issues in the UK, supporting the scale-up of Drive, a response to domestic abuse which aims to change perpetrator behaviour, and increase victim and family safety.   
Prior the joining Social Finance, she was the Communications Director for Oaktree, an Australian youth-led development organisation focusing on young people in the Asia-Pacific region. She graduated in 2014 with a degree in Economics and Anthropology from Melbourne University.