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Meghan Field

Director of Business Development and Insights
Meghan Field has been working internationally to eliminate violence against women and girls for over 18 years and for over 14 years, she has concentrated her efforts in the UK. Meghan is experienced in delivering frontline services across both the non-profit and statutory sectors, managing multi-disciplinary teams, shaping strategy and policy, managing effective projects, developing successful multi-lateral partnerships and leading culture change around gender based violence issues.

Meghan is a certified Independent Domestic Violence Advisor (IDVA) and managed a frontline service in West London before becoming the Domestic and Sexual Violence Services Coordinator for the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Meghan then worked for Standing Together Against Domestic Violence where she acted as the Housing Services Coordinator, chaired Domestic Violence Homicide Reviews and published Turning Points, which examines the impact of a coordinated community response on survivors of domestic abuse. During this time, Meghan co-founded the Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance (DAHA) with partners from Gentoo and Peabody, with the goal of improving the housing sector’s response to domestic abuse via a national accreditation process.

From 2013-2015, Meghan worked for Kensington and Chelsea Council as the European Communities Against Trafficking (ECAT) Project Manager and the Tri-Borough Violence Against Women and Girls Development Lead. From 2015-2017, she was the Tri-Borough VAWG Strategic Lead. Currently, Meghan is an independent collaboration consultant, working with a number of strategic partnerships, local authorities and charitable consortiums to improve their approach to ending violence against women and girls via a Coordinated Community Response. Meghan has BAs in Spanish and Philosophy and an MA in Gender and Cultural Studies.

Meghan joined Advance in 2020 as Director of Business Development and Insights