Meagan is an experienced Senior Leader in Prep – Year 12 contexts. She is a strategic thinker and leader with a particular skillset in innovation and managing pedagogical change. Currently, Meagan is the Deputy Principal at Canterbury College where she oversees the quality and development of the holistic, all-around education offering at the College. She leads forward-thinking teaching and learning, co-curricular, service and leadership strategy and is the Chief of Staff. Meagan has a proven ability to develop and sustain productive relationships within the school community including tertiary providers, professional networks and the wider community. Meagan holds a Bachelor of Education from the University of Sydney and a Master of Education (Gifted Education) from the University of New England. She is a published author and has extensive experience facilitating panels, podcasts and other engagements. Meagan is the co-founder and creator of the Future of Education Summit. She was on the 2022 Educators Hot List for her work in leading large scale innovation projects and on the 2023 EdLeaders Impact List. Meagan has had extensive experience teaching and working in independent school settings across Australia. She has held leadership positions including Head of Faculty (Inclusive Learning), Director of Teaching, Learning and Academic Performance, Director of Innovation and she now serves her community as Deputy Principal.