About Megan Mitton
Megan Mitton is passionate about practical solutions to the climate crisis, access to healthcare, social and economic justice. She has been bringing the voices of her riding to the floor of the Legislature since she was first elected in 2018 as the first Green MLA for Memramcook-Tantramar.
Now as co-deputy leader of the Green Party of New Brunswick, she is seeking a third term as MLA for the riding of Tantramar.
Megan grew up in Sackville, NB and graduated from Tantramar Regional High School. She earned her Bachelor of Arts at McGill University in Montreal, QC, where she studied international development, political science and women’s studies. For over 10 years, Ms. Mitton has worked and volunteered in the non-profit sector. She has worked providing services and support for women and children experiencing homelessness. She has also worked in youth environmental education, and public outreach on renewable energy and climate change adaptation. In 2016, Megan was elected to serve as a Sackville Town Councillor.
She is also the Green Caucus Advocate on matters of Healthy and Inclusive Communities, Affordable Housing, and Climate Justice.
Megan and her husband, Steve Geier, currently reside in their hometown of Sackville with their two children.