St. Louis, MO
Megan was born in California and moved a grand total of 12 times with her military family before landing in Missouri to attend Saint Louis University. After attaining her Bachelor of Arts in Communication, she was commissioned as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. She spent four years on active-duty as a Public Affairs Officer in Cherry Point, N.C., and spent more than six months deployed to Afghanistan to oversee a media embed program for a multinational force of more than 30,000 troops. Megan is currently Director of Communication and Development for the Institute for Family Medicine, a St. Louis nonprofit organization dedicated to improving health for disadvantaged children and families by reducing access barriers and delivering quality healthcare services. She is also working toward her MBA with evening classes at Washington University of St. Louis. Megan serves on the board of United Cerebral Palsy Heartland and fosters rescue dogs for Stray Rescue of St. Louis. Her interests include fitness, traveling, reading, writing and studying Spanish.