NDSU Foundation Team Member since 2021
Meghan, an associate director of development in the College of Health Professions, works with NDSU alumni and donors who believe in the importance of supporting future health care professionals.
Meghan was born in Austin, Minnesota, and earned her bachelor’s degree in child development and family studies with a minor in psychology from Mankato State University. She moved to Fargo to pursue her Ph.D. in developmental science at NDSU. During her six years of studies at NDSU, she taught numerous undergraduate courses, conducted research studies, served as a student advisor for low-income and first-generation students, and led other campus initiatives. In her free time, she enjoys reading, meeting new people, and hanging out with her puggle, Mia.
"Philanthropy truly changed the trajectory of my life. I'm a proud first-generation college student, and without receiving scholarships, I would not be where I am today. I’m an advocate for higher education and believe wholeheartedly in the impact it has on students' lives and society. I'm passionate about my career at the Foundation because I get to see firsthand how philanthropy impacts our university."