Meg is serving her second year as a member of the St. Clare Management Advisory Board, having served on the Campbellsport Convent Advisory Board for over 20 years. She had periodically served as president for that board. She is very pleased to again be asked to do board work for the School Sisters of St. Francis and to assist them in this very necessary ministry, to promote safe and clean housing for low income populations. Meg received her Ph.D. in psychology from Marquette University and has been a private practice psychologist since 1992. She is presently working part time, performing psychological evaluations. Because of her additional master’s degree in learning disabilities, she is often called on to assist with diagnoses of dyslexia, ADHD, or other learning difficulties. She was married for 39 years and recently widowed. She has no children but has strong family ties with her 10 siblings. She enjoys watching the changing seasons at her lake home and enjoys her many relationships with School Sisters of St. Francis fully vowed members. Meg has been an associate of the School Sisters of St. Francis since 1987.