Following an 18 month contract with the University of Sydney, Meg commenced casual work with The University of Queensland in 2008, where she leads student clinics in paediatric speech, language and literacy, and in inter-professional practice. 

Meg graduated from UQ in 1988 and has since worked across a number of settings with public and private organisations both in Queensland and in New South Wales. Whilst a large portion of her work has been in the field of disability, an ongoing interest in the paediatric area led her to complete postgraduate studies in early childhood education: an undertaking which she believes has improved her insight into the ways that children learn. 

Amongst her career highlights, she is most proud of having presented papers at international conferences in Montreal and in Pittsburgh.