Megan Gordon is a passionate policy advocate and lobbyist who believes that Georgia should be a place where all people can thrive. As Policy Manager at CAIR Georgia, she works to advance policies that support Georgia’s Muslim community. Megan’s favorite part of her work is empowering Muslims to engage with their government and advocate for the issues that are important to them.
Prior to joining the team at CAIR Georgia, Megan lobbied for reproductive justice at Feminist Women’s Health Center. She is an alumna of the YWCA of Greater Atlanta’s Georgia Women’s Policy Institute, and she has served on multiple nonprofit boards. Megan holds a bachelor’s degree in global studies from Warren Wilson College and a J.D. from Emory University School of Law.
Megan is a native of Norcross, Georgia, and she is endlessly motivated to make her home state a better place. In her free time, Megan enjoys puzzles, books, and boardgames.