Healing and Justice Through Sport
hosted by: Jessica Pfeiffer & Steve Graner
About our guest:
Today we connect with our friend Megan Bartlett, who is truly trying to change the game for our student athletes. Megan highlights why sports are so important and the power that comes when our students are given the opportunity to play. Sports can bring a strong sense of belonging and promote regulation and learning in so many ways. Megan also emphasizes that we must be aware that accessing sport is not equal and shares how her organization is working to level the playing field.
Megan Bartlett is the founder of The Center for Healing and Justice Through Sport. She has spent more than 15 years supporting organizations that use sport to promote youth development and giving coaches the tools they need to help kids heal. She is the author of A Kids Book about Trauma and co-author of Re-Designing Youth Sports: Change the Game. Megan has a BA from Wesleyan University, and a MA from Tufts University.