Meg Robbins is a Maryland Organizer with Food & Water Watch. Originally from Maryland herself, she works with volunteers and community partners in Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties to get Maryland to go 100% renewable, clean air from factory farms on the Eastern Shore, and ensure residents have access to safe and affordable drinking water. Meg is based out of our Washington D.C. office.
Before joining Food & Water Watch, Meg spent two years working with PIRG Campus Action and the Fund for the Public Interest in Santa Cruz, CA on a range of issues from banning plastic bags in California to stopping the overuse of antibiotics on factory farms. Meg graduated from Connecticut College with a BA in Environmental Studies and a BA in Dance, as well as a certificate in Community Action and Public Policy. She can be reached at mrobbins(at)fwwatch.org.