Outreach Coordinator /
hospital response Advocate
Megan joined the Rape Recovery Center in January of 2018 as an educator and then transitioned to the role of Outreach Coordinator. She feels passionate about advocating for survivors of sexual violence and to increase awareness in underserved communities; such as refugee populations. While at the center she has had the opportunity to work in education, advocacy, stabilization services, and outreach. She is also a co-facilitator of the weekly Women of Color support group. On any given day you will find Megan and her team of volunteers educating our community through tabling, events, workshops, and forums.
Megan Asadian is passionate about trauma-informed care, with a specific interest in medicine. Megan graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, and a Bachelor’s of Arts in Women’s Studies. During her studies, she actively took part in leadership positions and initiatives within the Multicultural Services and Programs Department, cell biology lab research, domestic violence initiatives, and mental health advocacy. She plans to apply to medical school to train in trauma-informed health, and advocate for community-based health and wellness.
In her spare time, she enjoys collecting science memes that nobody understands, hanging out with her cat, running at Liberty Park, getting to know Utah and dancing to Shakira.