Megan has wide-ranging communications experience and happily wears many hats at Redstone, including blog creator, social media manager, workshop planner, and in-house graphic designer.

Select Redstone projects

  • Helping with communications strategy and collateral design for the launch of Plentiful, the “Open Table-like” app for the emergency food sector that more than 200 food pantries and 250,000 clients use to manage reservations across New York City
  • Supporting the launch of the Global Book Alliance with communications strategy, website design and development, and content creation. The GBA is an effort that brings together governments, intergovernmental organizations, nonprofits, and private companies to provide children around the world with the books they need to achieve literacy

Background

Prior to joining Redstone, Megan created a monthly column for the Philadelphia Inquirer and served as the Philadelphia Editor for Curbed, a national digital magazine focusing on design and architecture trends. She has been published both digitally and in print in the United States and abroad, has authored a book for NAFSA (the Association of International Educators), and provided editorial support to “Blood in the Water,” a Pulitzer-prize winning account of the Attica Prison uprising of 1971.

Megan is originally from Philadelphia and lives in Boulder with her husband and two young daughters. She enjoys messy baking lessons with her daughters, organizing happy hour events with other working mothers in the Boulder area, and re-arranging furniture.

Education

  • Rutgers University, BA in Italian Studies and Political Science, departmental honors
  • University of Pennsylvania, MSed in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, magna cum laude