Meg has over 15 years of experience in non-profits, specifically dedicating most of her career to increasing and improving STEM learning opportunities for students and professionals and providing meaningful opportunities for STEM workforce development. Meg holds an M.S. in Experiential Education from Minnesota State University and a B.A. in Environmental Science and Anthropology from the University of Notre Dame.
Jennifer Jones Paton
Jennifer brings a passion and dedication to improving the Life Science pipeline in CO to her role at Colorado BioScience Institute. She focuses on developing the bioscience workforce, fostering a collaborative environment across the state’s life science sector, and working with policymakers and economic developers on creating a thriving environment for the industry.
Before beginning work with The Institute in 2016, Jennifer directed Public Affairs for the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce. She started with the Chamber in 2012 and quickly moved into leadership roles, becoming Public Affairs Director in 2014.
Jennifer started her career in the international department of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C., where she managed programs focused on Europe and Eurasia and planned events with U.S. and international heads of state. She holds two Bachelor of Arts degrees in International Relations and Spanish from Southern Methodist University.