Megan received her bachelor's degree in Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Previously, Megan worked as a Medical Assistant at a clinic in Madison, as a Resident Assistant at an assisted living facility, and as a Behavioral Support Assistant at a correctional facility. Megan has a wide variety of experience working with individuals with disabilities in order to help them improve their current situation as well as helping set them up for success in the future. Megan loves studying behavior and why people do what they do in a given situation. She loves helping others improve their lives in order to be the best versions of themselves. Megan is passionate about seeing people grow over time. In her free time, Megan enjoys reading, biking, being outside, singing, playing volleyball, spending time with family and friends, and playing with dogs.