Megan Godbey is a facilitator, consultant, project manager, and local innovator for collaboratives in education. She works in partnership with more than 50 local agencies to serve over 5,000 adult learners annually. She is a veteran educator, with over 15 years of experience in the classroom, instructing learners of all ages. Megan believes in leveraging community resources to solve complex problems.
She serves on several committees and organizations, including Alignment Nashville’s literacy team, the Opportunity Youth Collaborative, and the Nashville Task Force on Immigrants and Refugees. In 2017, Megan served as city-lead for Welcoming America Transatlantic Exchange, a program that fosters the sharing of best practices in welcoming immigrants and refugees between cities leading this work in the U.S. and Germany. She is a graduate of 2018 class of Nashville Emerging Leaders, and was named a Mover and Shaker (national change-maker) by Library Journal for her work with citizenship corners. When she’s not at work, you will find her kayaking, exploring ethnic cuisine, practicing yoga, or planning her next trip.