Meagan Barrera is the Program Associate for the Investor Alliance for Human Rights. She is a human rights and gender justice advocate and researcher who has collaborated extensively with grassroots communities to achieve systemic change and accountability for human rights abuses. She also serves as the North American Researcher and Representative for the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre. Meagan was the Human Rights Advocacy Coordinator with MADRE, where she partnered with grassroots gender justice organizations in Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa to connect strategic advocacy to their movements. She has worked with Inclusive Development International, Human Rights Watch, and the Clinton Foundation on various business and human rights issues. Meagan was an organizer for NARAL Pro-Choice America in New York and helped to set up the NARAL New York City Volunteer Action Council, where she served as Volunteer Deputy Director until November 2020. Meagan holds a Master of International Affairs from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) and a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University.