Meg Grealy


Meg has recently joined Astrolabe Group in a newly created role, focusing on the discovery and research that underpins all projects.
Meg has a social science and cultural studies background. At Astrolabe Group, Meg is a qualitative research and data analyst interested in uncovering insights in ambiguous contexts and making sense of abstract problems.
Meg describes herself as someone interested in infrastructural inequalities across Australia that impact people’s everyday lives.
Her previous research has focused on questions of ‘how’, such as “how people perform everyday routines?”, rather than ‘why’. ‘How’ is a critical question that allows for empathetic, insightful, and productive analysis.
Outside of work, Meg is usually enjoying a moment in the sun, taking up a new craft, or making friends with the neighbourhood cats.