Megan Nash Megan joined GAP as part of the Catalyst programme after graduating with a First in English Literature from the University of Bristol and is looking to combine using the skills she developed during her degree with her lifelong interest in the environment. Megan’s interest in behaviour change was sparked while working as an observational researcher for Hubbub. While studying Megan volunteered across the charity sector, working with Shelter, Friends of the Earth, The Julian trust and climbing the three highest mountains in the UK in 36 hours to raise money for Meningitis Now. She also spent a summer working on an off-grid farm in Italy. Megan is working on the EcoInteractive, Air Quality and H2O Heroes programmes and is particularly excited about the opportunity to engage young people environmentally.