Staff Member: Megan Everett
Megan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Arts and Master of Education degree from Indiana University, a Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies and a Master of Divinity from Loyola University Institute of Pastoral Studies. Prior to joining Prince of Peace in 2007, she was assistant principal at Holy Family Cristo Rey High School, taught high school, and developed assessment and testing programs for the Indiana Department of Education. She has also served on the Alabama Interagency Autism Coordinating Council.
As director of formation, Megan created POP's first special education religious education program in 2008. It's one of few individualized religious special education programs that offers both full inclusion and individual learning in the Diocese of Birmingham. She is responsible for all POP’s religious education programs for adults and children.
Megan lives in Helena with her daughter Bailey and son Kenny.