|Meghan Faught graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor’s in Media and Information. During her time at MSU, she discovered her passion supporting and empowering survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. She went on to work at EVE, a Lansing resource center and shelter for survivors of domestic and sexual violence, as the Volunteer Coordinator; while in this position, Ms. Faught was responsible for hiring/training/supervising all of the interns and volunteers, hosting trainings and information sessions for the community, and maintaining their website and all social media.|
EVE then decided to open up a new Sexual Assault Program in Eaton County, Meghan took on the role as the Sexual Assault Advocate. While in this position, Ms. Faught helped to build the program from the ground up, create community connections, and ultimately, helped survivors navigate the many systems that can be difficult to understand after a trauma.
Ms. Faught is also a volunteer Medical Advocate through the MSU Sexual Assault Program, where she responds to the hospital to provide support for survivors who are having SANE kits completed. Meghan joined PAAM in summer 2017 and is working as the Program Assistant for the Sexual Assault kit Initiative, where she will be assisting in the coordination of trainings, data collection on the untested kits, and working with many coordinating groups statewide.