A tiny woman who packs a punch!
Devoted to healing others through the arts, Megan Paluzzi is an actress, singer, activist, and wounded healer.
Megan works as a freelance artist in the Greater Boston area. Previously, she served as a student artist at the Theatre Institute at Sage in Troy, NY, both on stage and behind-the-scenes.
In addition to her endeavors as a performer, Megan is an experienced mental health professional and lifelong learner. She holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Creative Arts in Therapy with a concentration in Theatre and minor in Sociology from Russell Sage College and a Masters of Science degree in Child and Adolescent Developmental Psychology from Southern New Hampshire University. After obtaining her next masters and clinical mental health license, Megan hopes to become a registered drama therapist.
Mental health education, youth voter participation, and LGBTQ+ rights are some of the causes most important to Megan. She has been a mental health speaker in schools across Massachusetts with organizations such as the Shine Initiative and Families for Depression Awareness. She has worked with Democracy Matters to lead campus voting efforts, advocate for campaign finance reform, and fight for true equality.
Megan believes in combining all of her passions to help others. She has had the opportunity to use the performing arts to help a variety of populations meet their treatment goals. To her, art is the most valuable method of healing.