Megan Iyer

University Internship Supervisor (SPSY)
Special Education Transition Specialist
Center for Change in Transition Services (CCTS)


Meg Iyer graduated from Brown University with a BA in Psychology and Organizational Behavior and Management. She earned her Masters of Science in Teaching from Pace University, a Masters in Public Administration from New York University, and is a 2010 alum of Seattle University, with an Ed.S. in School Psychology.  Meg is currently earning her Doctoral degree in Educational Leadership and Administration at Gonzaga University.  Meg started her career in education teaching elementary school in New York City through Teach for America.  She is a school psychologist in the Issaquah School District. Over the past 13 years she has worked at all levels from preschool through high school, and transition.  Meg’s main research interest/area of advocacy is the inclusion of all students in general education, regardless of their designation to receive special education services.  Meg has been a district supervisor of several school psychologist interns over the years and began working as a university supervisor in 2021.