Meg Wallace

director and organizer

joined on: January 19, 2019

Meg worked as a community organizer, an adult educator, and a publishing-industry freelancer before launching her children and moving to Waco, where she completed her Master’s degree in Social Work at Baylor in 2018. Having walked through many challenges with disabled loved ones over the years, Meg was in search of strategies to reduce barriers to full community participation for disabled neighbors and their caregivers. So she launched the Amberley Collaborative, which was renamed Mobilize Waco in 2023. Meg works as a social worker for AccentCare Home Health while helping to build Mobilize Waco and enjoying life with her husband, their adult children, and their new granddaughter.

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Articles by Meg

Two people sitting across a table from one another in a radio studio. The man on the left is wearing a cowboy hat. The woman on the right is wearing a bright orange T-shirt with the Mobilize Waco logo

Promote parking access with Parking Mobility

By Meg Wallace | May 2, 2024
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Mobilize Waco is working hard to bring Parking Mobility to McLennan County!

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Donna Dill on Living It, the Mobilize Waco radio show

By Meg Wallace | March 27, 2024
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Host Meg Wallace holds this inaugural conversation with Donna Dill, a local bank officer living with spina bifida

A white woman wearing glasses and sitting in a wheelchair being interviewed by a white woman holding a microphone. A white man looking in a television camera is on the right edge of the frame.

The great 2023 media flurry

By Meg Wallace | December 28, 2023
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In the summer and fall of 2023, the newly renamed Mobilize Waco caught the imagination of Waco media.

Stakeholders: Weighing in on 25th Street redevelopment

By Meg Wallace | December 24, 2023
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Recognizing Mobilize Waco as key stakeholders, the Waco city planners invited us to serve on the 25th Street Corridor Plan Steering Committee

A man and a woman in wheelchairs and a second man standing lift their arms in celebration. They are in a parking space with green and white markings indicating that this spot is for bicycle parking.

A victory for the Action Team

By Meg Wallace | December 19, 2023
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More accessible parking is on the way at Stone’s Throw in downtown Waco