Meg is a part of Facebook’s International Communications team, leading communications efforts in Canada.
Meg Sinclair, Communications Manager, Facebook Canada
A member of Facebook’s International Communications team, Meg leads Communications for Facebook’s product, platform, monetization and policy efforts in Canada. Meg holds a degree in Political Science and Criminology from University of Toronto, and a Postgraduate Certificate in Public Relations from Humber College. Meg is a passionate advocate for the positive role that technology can play in people’s lives, and volunteers with a number of non-profit organizations in her spare time.
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