The Megan Meier Foundation
Tina Meier’s life was affected by tragedy in October of 2006 when Megan Taylor Meier, her 13-year-old daughter, died by suicide just a few weeks before her 14th birthday. Megan took her own life after being cyberbullied by neighbors pretending to be a teenage boy on MySpace. With the hope of increasing awareness by sharing Megan’s story to help people realize the effects of bullying, Tina founded the Megan Meier Foundation in December of 2007.
Tina, along with the staff of the Megan Meier Foundation, work to carry out the mission of this non-profit organization by providing bullying prevention education in 35 states to more than 270,000 educators, students, and parents. Through the provision of leadership workshops, rallies, conferences, and counseling to bullied youth, the Foundation continues to work to address and prevent bullying in today’s society.
Last updated: 10/26/2016