Originally from Nashville, Tenn., in 2016 Megan graduated cum laude from American University’s School of International Service with a bachelor’s degree in International Relations and Spanish Studies. As a student, she focused primarily on environmental sustainability and human rights issues. She also holds a Certificate in Spanish Translation from American University. She studied abroad in Costa Rica and participated in an alternative break program in Guatemala to study indigenous land rights in the country.
Before joining the ACS, Megan held various internships, the most recent being with the Guatemala Human Rights Commission. She also worked at Owl’s Hill Nature Sanctuary in Nashville. Her hobbies include outdoor activities such as hiking and kayaking. She also enjoys photography and traveling.