In this episode, EugCast host Adam Wendt talks with Megan Shultz of MSH Consulting and 15th Night.
Megan talks about youth homelessness and her involvement in the 15th Night project.
15th Night is a youth-informed community movement to end youth homelessness by connecting existing resources and finding innovative ways to keep kids in school and off the streets. The project uses a collective impact model to support the health and well-being of youth who are homeless or at risk for homelessness by connecting and activating resources that exist in the Eugene community.
Megan has more than 20 years of management experience in the nonprofit sector. Her commitment to community service and helping those in need has been a central theme in her professional life. She was the Executive Director of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Lane County for 15 years before starting her consulting firm and leading the 15th Night project coordination.
You can find out more about 15th night and Megan by following these links: