Megan joined EAB by way of academia and traditional higher education consulting, where she led engagements and market research projects focused on strategic planning, enrollment growth, alumni engagement, and student services design.
At EAB she manages the Higher Education Strategy Forum and its research on behalf of college and university presidents and Chiefs of Staff. Her work at EAB focuses on the future of higher education and how institutions will need to adapt to changing markets, economic forces, and student needs. As part of the Strategy Forum launch, Megan oversaw the creation of The EAB Time Machine, a unique Design Fiction workshop for presidents, boards, and leadership teams.
Megan earned her PhD in History from the University of California, Berkeley, with a focus on institutional history, labor movements, and American Political Development. She attended Boston University as an undergraduate, where she graduated summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, with distinction in History and a double major in both English and History.