Meagan Frank is the author of the Choosing to Grow series, a national speaker, athlete, coach, and
mother of three.
A 1997 graduate of Colorado College, Meagan was a four-year starter and senior captain on the Division I women's soccer team and lettered in Division III women's basketball.
She was a skills trainer for an elite, competitive soccer club in Denver and head coach of two premier-level girls' soccer teams at the U-15 and U-17 age levels.
Meagan coached the University of Wisconsin-Stout women's soccer team for five seasons.
A freelance writer and published author, Meagan is currently working on her second book, Choosing to Grow: For the Sport of It. She has committed a full year to research including collecting data via a youth sports survey, conducting in-person interviews, and learning from the best and brightest in the field of youth sports. She is currently working to establish a Twin Cities chapter of Positive Coaching Alliance as a PCA Champion.
Meagan and her husband Paul, an assistant men's hockey coach at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, live in Woodbury, Minnesota, with their three children.