Megan is a junior at Wright State University, majoring in international studies (with a focus in diplomacy and peace studies) and Spanish. She has a passion for helping others and being part of something that is beyond herself. Megan is heavily involved with her church, and just recently returned from a thirteen-month-long stay in El Salvador. She loves learning about other people and cultures, traveling, hanging out with her friends and family, as well as binge-watching her favorite shows on Netflix. Megan loves Wright State and wants to help and encourage other students to be as successful as they can be. She believes that education is such a powerful tool that is often taken for granted and that support from a community on campus is the key to having a successful college career.
Get to Know Megan
What are your hobbies/interest?
My hobbies and interests include art, listening to music, working with high school students at my local church, and traveling. I was in colorguard and winterguard in high school and like to keep practicing that in my free time as well.
What language(s) do you speak?
I speak English and Spanish
How would you describe your personality?
I am a very outgoing person. I love meeting new people and learning new things. I tend to have more of a type-A personality (I love to-do lists and planners!)
What experience do you have as a mentor?
I have been a peer coach with the Peer Success Program since the Spring 2020 semester. I love being able to be a peer coach and encourage fellow students at WSU. I think acknowledging every accomplishment (not just the big ones) is so important. Being at the age that most college students are, I think that learning the balance of giving yourself grace and having good expectations is very important, so I love helping my mentees find that line.
What are you passionate about?
I am extremely passionate about bringing awareness to social justice issues. I want to use my voice for those that are unable to use theirs.