Megan Lowery grew up in Sonoma County, from a family deeply rooted in California and the agriculture community. She moved to the central valley in 2018, and is proud to call this region her home. Megan is the Stanislaus Cradle to Career Partnership Director, housed at the Stanislaus County Office of Education. The Stanislaus Cradle to Career Partnership (StanC2C) was formed in mid - 2018, with a long term vision of a healthy and equitable community built on educational success and economic well-being where all people will have the opportunity, resources and tools needed to achieve their highest potential, through aligned systems and sectors to ensure equitable outcomes from cradle to career.
Mrs. Lowery has spent over 20 years in education as a teacher, site administrator and district administrator. She has a strong commitment to providing students and families with the services they need to find educational success, seeing the value of collective impact to solve community wide challenges. Megan received her Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture Science and Education from California State University, Chico and earned her Master’s in Educational Leadership from Sonoma State University.
Why did you choose to be a LSC Community Advisory Committee member?
The work of StanC2C is focused on aligning efforts across Stanislaus County, making the connection with Love Stanislaus County a natural connection.
What do you love most about LSC?
The connections made between those who have the capacity to volunteer and those who are in need of supports and services.
What do you love most about living in Stanislaus County?
In what ways do you participate in the community?
By serving on a number of steering committees and advisory boards across different sectors to support the alignment of efforts across Stanislaus County focused on creating opportunity and serving those most in need.