Megan Weiss-Rowe is the Program Director of Kingston Cares, a program of Family of Woodstock, Inc. In her 10 year career, Megan has focused much of her efforts on serving at-risk youth and families in Midtown Kingston. As a resident of Midtown, Megan believes that equal access to education, living wage employment, healthy food, quality and affordable housing and individual and family support services are a priority in building a healthy community. Megan is the Coordinator of the Student Success Center, a college and career readiness program that supports Kingston High School students to develop post graduation educational and vocational training plans. Megan has also worked closely with Kingston Parks and Recreation to create and deliver quality after school and summer programming out of the City of Kingston’s Everette Hodge Community Center. These programs provide a safe space for young people to learn, grow and develop life skills. In addition to educational and recreational programming, Megan provides crisis intervention, counseling and information and referral to youth and families on issues such as homelessness, food insecurity, health, mental health, and substance abuse, life skills, education, employment, and other critical needs.
Megan is a homeowner in Midtown Kingston and seeks to help improve her community whenever possible. In her free time, Megan enjoys spending time with her husband Kevin, her dogs, Layla and Oliver, and her cat Junebug.