Megan has over 8 years of field and international experience in research, monitoring, evaluation, and learning in more than 35 countries across 5 continents, including significant project experience in Argentina, Bangladesh, Benin, Brazil, Cambodia, Chile, Ghana, India, Kenya, Mozambique, Uganda, Rwanda, Senegal, and New York. She has worked on projects and programs from a diverse background of funders in private, public, and nonprofit settings.

Her expertise includes a full range of MEL skills from strategy to implementation of complex research and studies, mobile data collection platforms, knowledge management, project design, data quality assessments, database design and management, participatory and qualitative research methods, indicator design and tracking, and impact evaluations.

She received her MPA in Development Practice from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University in 2012 and was named a Thomas J. Watson Fellow in 2008 studying "In Peaces: Nonviolence & Reconciliation Movements" in 6 countries. She also holds a BA in International Studies and Latin American Studies from Rhodes College and a certificate in knowledge management from Tech Change.