Megan is a comprehensive sexual health and sexuality educator, an actors’ advocate, and Intimacy Coordinator for film and television. She has an extensive background in theatre costume design, acting, and directing; film and TV costuming (IATSE 891 member); and youth facilitation with Safeteen International. They have been a sex and relationship educator for 10+ years, with training under the infamous Betty Dodson and from several programs through Options for Sexual Health. Her work is diversely informed by training and experience in Mental Health First aid, conflict resolution, consent and boundaries negotiations, alternative sexual practices (including kink and BDSM) and facilitation of somatic bodywork. Their intimacy coordination training is informed by the 5 Pillars and Intimacy Choreography modalities popularized by Intimacy Director’s International and IDC (Intimacy Directors and Coordinators), as well as training with Theatrical Intimacy Education. She is a start-up committee member of The National Society of Intimacy Professionals, collaborating to develop an accreditation program for intimacy professionals. She currently works on film and television productions with Principal Intimacy Professionals in western Canada (IMDb) and often facilitates classes on Representations of Sex and Sexuality for Performance. Megan lives, loves, creates and resists within the ancestral, traditional and unceded territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-waututh) Nations (Vancouver, Canada).