Park Street Community Solutions – Consulting Practice
Megan McConville is a city planner with over 15 years of experience tackling tough issues in urban and rural communities. She has overseen national programs providing critical technical assistance and rallying powerful federal resources to address neighborhood disinvestment, poverty and inequality, and disaster and climate change impacts. She has also worked hand in hand with cities and towns to recognize their potential, build consensus around a plan, and achieve their goals.
Megan runs her own consulting practice, Park Street Community Solutions, and also consults through EPR, P.C., a multidisciplinary firm focused on the integration of transportation, land use, and urban design. She provides community planning and policy advice, training, facilitation, program strategy and management, research, and grant writing services to the nonprofit, foundation, a federal agency, and local government clients.
Previously, Megan served in the Obama Administration at USDA Rural Development and the USDA Rural Housing Service, which finances affordable housing and community facilities in rural communities. In these roles, she provided strategic guidance on policy and program decisions, stakeholder relations, communications, and agency operations and management.
Prior to joining USDA, Megan launched and directed the National Association of Development Organizations’ disaster and economic resilience program, led the EPA Office of Community Revitalization’s equitable development program, and worked in communications at the Sierra Club. She has a Masters in City &
Regional Planning from the University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill and a BA from Dartmouth College, and she lives in Washington, DC with her family.