Megan Pedragón is a Case Manager at Day One. Her role involves providing advocacy to clients, safety planning and supporting them in accessing resources and connecting to services. Megan received her Bachelor of Art in Women and Gender Studies, with a concentration in Sexuality and a minor in Africana/Puerto Rican Latinx Studies. Megan is passionate about supporting survivors of violence, providing them with space for reflection, and empowering them to make informed decisions.
Megan is a proud Puerto Rican and South Bronx native. Witnessing the injustices faced by her community motivates her to be more involved and to continue working in the social services field. Outside of work, she dedicates her time to seeking truths, finding ways to support her community, promoting self-love and evolution, and helping folks recognize their power.