Megan Gibbard Kline, LICSW
Megan Gibbard Kline has twenty years of progressive experience working to prevent and end youth and young adult homelessness – including direct service, nonprofit leadership, county government-based system change, and national movement building. She was the founding Director of A Way Home America – a national initiative dedicated to ending youth homelessness. She is currently a therapist in private practice working with individuals and offers clinical supervision for individuals and groups.
Megan received her Master in Social Work from the University of Washington in 2004 and has held her LICSW credential since 2009.
Megan identifies as white, queer, cisgender, a student of the christian contemplative tradition, and a mother. Woven into her work is a passion for children and justice, her faith in the spark of love present in all people, and her own profound human vulnerability. Megan spends as much time as possible with her family on the Salish Sea on an old sailboat named “Sailboaty”.