Megan  Sullivan Author of Evaluating Organization Development

Megan Sullivan

Associate Dean, Director, Associate Professor
Boston University

Megan Sullivan writes about the impact of parental incarceration on children and families. Her current book, co-edited with Denise Johnston, is Parental Incarceration: Personal Accounts and Developmental Impact and 9781138183216.


Sullivan won the Between the Lines Literary Journal Anthony Award for Prose for her essay “My Father’s Incarceration”, and she writes on incarceration and families for venues such as WBUR’s online opinion page Cognoscenti She also coedited an issue of Barnard College’s Scholar & Feminist Online on children and incarceration

Sullivan has been a featured guest on PACIFICA Radio’s “The Prison Show” and won an honorable mention in memoir for the Soulmaking Literary Awards, a program of the National League of Pen Women, Inc.
Sullivan’s previous works include Women in Northern Ireland: Cultural Studies and Material Conditions and Irish Women and Cinema: 1980-1990 You can contact her at [email protected] or on Twitter @megan_msullvan.


    Ph.D. University of Rhode Island

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Children of Incarcerated Parents, Incarceration and Families, Literature, Education, Disability Studies


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