Meghan McNeeley

Training Specialist

With two degrees from The University of Georgia, Meghan McNeeley has an accomplished career teaching English in middle and high schools in Athens, GA. While excelling in leadership roles with PBIS, team building, and curriculum development, Meghan has spent years passionately examining and delivering Holocaust education.  

She is a member of an elite cadre of educators trained via the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Teacher Fellowship to facilitate Holocaust education throughout the United States since 2006.

Her recognitions include:

• 2013 Spirit of Anne Frank Outstanding Education Award from the Anne Frank Center USA in New York City

• 2013 Distinguished Educator of the Year award from the Georiga Commission on the Holocaust.

• 2014 Fulbright Distinguished Award in Teaching from the US State Department.

Through Meghan’s affiliation with University College London’s Centre for Holocaust Education she developed a scheme of work on WOMEN IN THE HOLOCAUST. She’s also been a member of the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust’s Educator Advisory Committee and a board member on the Athens Jewish Film Festival.

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