Meghan serves as a Research Associate at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies. Most recently, she led efforts to reissue a policy that manages distributed training and education courseware for the Services. She has created knowledge products, policy recommendations and strategic plans, as well as facilitated numerous workshops with leading experts. Meghan has served various DoD clients, including the Naval Surface Warfare Center, and the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness. She has managed and contributed to other efforts at the Institute including external communications, as well as research for the Cyber Readiness Index the Center for Adaptation and Innovation.
Prior to joining the Institute, Meghan was a regular speaker for the Foreign Policy Association in New York City for their public outreach programs. She has interned for the United States Congressional Rules Committee and the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission at the Library of Congress. More recently, Meghan co-chaired a discussion group on cybersecurity for the Young Professionals in Foreign Policy and fosters dogs through City Dogs Rescue, both in Washington, D.C.
She received MA in International Relations from Saint John’s University with a focus on nationalism and public administration. Her undergraduate degree is in Political Science from the State University of New York at Brockport.