Megan Bartlett

Founder, The Center for Healing and Justice Through Sport (formerly We Coach)

National Advisory Board

Megan Bartlett has spent more than 15 years supporting organizations that use sport to
promote youth development and giving coaches the tools they need to help kids heal. She has
co-created innovative coaching initiatives, built capacity with community-based organizations,
and has partnered with the Child Trauma Academy to deliver the Neurosequential Model in
Sport. She is the author of A Kids Book about Trauma and co-author of Re-Designing Youth
Sports: Change the Game. She speaks regularly on the unique power sport has to promote
physical and mental health and essential skills young people need to be successful on and off
the field. Megan has a BA in Psychology and Sociology from Wesleyan University and earned a
MA in Urban Policy and Planning from Tufts University.