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Meg Baker joined MLPB as the Operations Manager in October 2012. Meg has a long history working with nonprofit organizations dedicated to social change. Prior to joining MLPB, Meg worked at The Access Project (TAP), a nonprofit working to strengthen community action, promote social change, and improve health especially for those who are most vulnerable. At TAP, she was responsible for the day-to-day operation and management of the office including financial management, administrative staff management and space and facilities management. She has also worked at the Asian American Civic Association (AACA) working with their job training programs, providing case management and job readiness assistance.
(617) 336-7500 ext. 456
Anya Rogala has joined MLPB as our Training Coordinator. Previously, Anya served as a Community Health Educator for the Marion County Health Department in Salem, Oregon. In this role she taught sexuality education in juvenile detention facilities and produced a qualitative evaluation of the curriculum. She also supported the children's program at the Riley Center, a resource center and shelter for survivors of domestic violence in San Francisco. Anya is a graduate of Willamette University, where she majored in Cultural Anthropology. She is passionate about social justice, bioethics, and advocacy, and soon plans to pursue a master's in clinical social work with a concentration in health.