While at Vanderbilt, Megan will be pursuing my M.A. in Latin American Studies and my M.Ed. in International Education Policy and Management. Prior to joining the Vanderbilt community, her research focused on the role NGOs and nonprofits play in improving educational opportunities for children in impoverished regions in Guatemala and Nicaragua. In 2016, she graduated from Western Kentucky University with B.A.s in both International Affairs and English. Megan then spent a year as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Esquipulas, Guatemala, where she worked with the Access English Microscholarship Program, which is an English language and leadership program intended to promote socioeconomic mobility.
B.A., International Affairs and English, Western Kentucky University, 2016