Megan Bock is a Director in Afton’s early childhood practice. Megan has focused her career on advancing education equity and has held a variety of positions in early childhood education in non-profits, government, and higher education. Prior to her current role, Megan was the Chief Program Officer at Denver’s Early Childhood Council where she developed programs to strengthen local early childhood systems and support child care providers. Additionally, Megan studied and worked at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education as a Zaentz Fellow where she developed curriculum and learning experiences for education leaders. Megan also supported early childhood program leaders with capacity-building as a consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton and organized collaboration between early childhood funders as coordinator at Illinois Action for Children. Early in her career, Megan taught three- and four-year-olds in Head Start programs. Megan holds a bachelor’s degree in religion from Colorado College, a master’s in early childhood education curriculum and instruction from Arizona State University, and a master’s degree in human development and psychology from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.