Meg McLoone

Meg has a degree in Business and French and is a Child Associate and Interventionist
at The Western CT Academy for International Studies Magnet School in Danbury, CT.
She has been an active member of Bridges of Peace and Hope for many years and
has helped the team coordinate various events. In early 2017 she started the first
Bridges of Peace and Hope club in the USA with the hopes of giving kids the
opportunity to be more aware of and appreciative of cultural diversities through shared
projects.  Meg has also coached and managed the Odyssey of the Mind program in her
community for over a decade. She is involved in Jane Goodall’s “Roots and Shoots”
program and the “Heifer International” project. Meg has a passion for learning
languages. Besides living in the USA, she has also lived in Iceland and France. A
favorite job was working at the United Nations.  Along with her husband and four
children, she has housed several exchange students from other countries. Meg
admires Maya Angelou and believes one should “try to be a rainbow in someone’s
cloud”. Besides traveling, she also loves gardening, kayaking, camping, photography,
hiking and cooking!