Maggie Regan joined the Center for Indigenous Health Research and Policy as a Project Coordinator in the spring of 2021. In this role she supports the implementation of several grant projects and assists with general Center operations. She brings with her many years of experience working with diverse communities on their health, gardening and food-related goals.
Since receiving her Bachelor of Arts from Prescott College, her work has been centered on empowering communities towards health through edible garden initiatives and through cultivation of a relationship with the natural world. She has been an educator, facilitator, program director, gardener and community organizer. The common thread through her work has been the promotion of sustainable food systems based on an understanding of how intrinsically related they are with individual, community and ecological health.