Meg Bossong is the Director of Intimate Violence Prevention and Response and Health Education at Williams College.
At Williams, Meg is responsible for strategic planning and implementation of student-facing intimate violence prevention, response, and advocacy programs as well as health education and wellness promotion programs. Prior to Williams, Meg worked for 7 years at the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center. With BARCC, she managed the community-based education and outreach work of Massachusetts’ oldest and largest rape crisis center, serving 26 cities and towns and 1.3 million people in the Greater Boston area.
Her work has included collaboration with a variety of community partners in education, health care and public health, faith communities, law enforcement, and municipal government to coordinate sexual violence prevention and intervention initiatives. Meg’s conference and symposium work include the National Sexual Assault Conference; national webinars; the NASPA Strategies Conference; the Annual Joint Conference on the Assessment, Treatment, and Safe Management of Sexually Abusive Children, Adolescents, and Adults; the Building Healthy Futures conference of the Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance; and the ATIXA annual conference. She is a founding leadership committee member of the Campus Advocacy and Prevention Professionals Association.
She holds a B.A. from Williams College in political science with a concentration in comparative social change and an M.S. in Law and Public Policy from Northeastern University with a focus in interdisciplinary approaches to violence prevention.