As an experienced communications professional with nearly two decades of experience in government affairs and crisis management, Megan has appeared in a wide range of news stories for outlets such as CNN, The New York Times, New York Post, New York Observer, Los Angeles Times, Associated Press, Huffington Post and Politico.
Before joining the FXB Center, Megan served as the Director of Communications and Public Policy for United Sikhs, a global non-profit humanitarian organization affiliated with the United Nations, where she led human rights initiatives for historically underrepresented communities.
Previously, Megan held the titles of Deputy Press Secretary for the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and Director of Communications for New York City Council Member Julissa Ferreras. She also served as a senior publicist with The Marino Organization, a full-service public relations firm based in Manhattan, where she managed several high-profile client accounts, including New York University and New York Medical College.
Earlier in her career, Megan held roles as a reporter and photographer for several news outlets, including the Huffington Post, Queens Tribune and Pasadena Magazine. She has also co-authored two children’s books focused on art and sustainability: “Journey to Button Land” and “The Flower Hut.”
Originally from Los Angeles, Megan holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of La Verne. She currently resides in Lake County, Illinois, with her husband, Joshua, and their three children.