Megan is an architect whose professional development has been influenced by a strong personal interest in adaptive re-use and the integration of contemporary architecture into historic urban fabric. A Partner at DTAH, her socially-minded, contextually-sensitive portfolio includes the entrance pavilion to Tommy Thompson park, the revitalization of the northwest corner of Dufferin Grove Park, and the St. Andrew and Dane Avenue Child Care projects.
Megan has been volunteering with the TSA since 2014, leading initiatives such as our Urban Affairs Forums, Ideas Forums, and climate action. She has also played a critical role in fostering relationships with like-minded organizations across the city including Design TO and the Architecture Conservancy of Ontario Toronto Branch. In 2020 Megan was elected as Chair of the TSA.
I wanted to make new connections within the architectural community, beyond my architecture school classmates and work colleagues, and expand my professional and social networks. From the start I was so happy to be a part of such an interesting, varied and committed group of people, and to be given the chance to support programming and discourse on the future of our City that was relevant, balanced and thoughtfully considered.