Meghan Bishop serves as an associate fellow for innovation & technology for Rainey Center. In her role, she concentrates on technology integration in order to reduce costs and increase efficiency in government entities.
Before joining the Rainey Center, Bishop practiced law in Oregon for 10 years, focusing on juvenile delinquency and dependency laws. As a member of the Native Village of Afognak, she was able to understand the issues facing tribal families in Oregon, and often represented parents in the Grand Ronde tribal court. In addition to her trial work, Bishop advocated for the passage of laws that would improve outcomes in the juvenile justice system as well as taught other attorneys and stakeholders on best practices for juvenile representation.
Bishop obtained a masters degree in Political Management from the George Washington University. She currently resides in Washington, DC with her incorrigible pup, Elsie.