Megan joined BBA as a part-time school-based clinician in 2014, and became the full-time Director of Mental Health in 2016. In her role, Megan supports students' transition to high school, offers ongoing therapy for students, consults with community health providers, and liaises with classroom teachers to support students who are struggling.
Megan received her B.A. in Business with a minor in Psychology from Johnson and Wales in 2005, and her Masters in Mental Health Counseling from Antioch New England in 2010. She is a licensed Mental Health Counselor, along with Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor.
Megan is the the faculty advisor for the Student Run Activity Committee, and enjoys spending time at home with her 3 children.
Megan joined BBA as the School Nurse in 2015, having graduated with the class of 1999. She has her B.S. in Nursing from Castleton University, and her Masters in Nursing Education from Chamberlain University.
Megan started her nursing career in 2005 as a nurse on a medical surgical floor at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center. She later spent eight years in visiting nursing and hospice care before joining Burr and Burton.
Sarah joined BBA as the Mental Health Clinician in 2019; her role is to provide mental health counseling and services to students.
Originally from Manchester, VT, Sarah is a Burr and Burton graduate (class of 1998); she took her first social work course at BBA during her senior year, and knew that helping others would be her professional path. She received her B.A. in Psychology from Wheaton College, and her Master's in Social Work from Boston College.
In addition to her role in the Health Center, Sarah also coaches track and field at BBA, and serves as an advisor or the Yellow Tulip Club. She is an avid hiker, loves the outdoors, and spends as much time as she can with her children, husband and dogs.