Meg Stone is the Executive Director of IMPACT Boston and the Project Director of IMPACT:Ability. Meg has led IMPACT since 2005 and in that time she has led the development of abuse prevention and safety training programs for schools, homeless shelters, rape crisis centers, disability service agencies and domestic violence organizations. Meg is a recipient of the Visionary Voice award from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center. She served on the Massachusetts State Sexual Violence Prevention Team as the Co-Chair of the subcommittee on survivors with disabilities. Meg’s work has been supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and she he was an inaugural member of the Just Beginnings Collaborative, which brought together leaders in preventing child sexual abuse. Meg’s writing has been published in the Washington Post, Boston Globe, Newsweek, Dame, Ms., WBUR’s Cognoscenti, Huffington Post, and other academic and advocacy publications.