Meghan joined Individual Financial Services in October of 2020, as a Client Service Associate, having recently graduated from college and pursuing her career goals at the time. Prior to joining IFS, Meghan held positions at various companies while attending college on a full-time basis. Among her work experiences were positions in a variety of fields including hospitality and tourism and supply management. In addition, she worked as an intern for a Congressional House of Representatives member.
Meghan earned her Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in international security and with a minor in economics from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. Her area of study focused on cybersecurity and risk consulting for both domestic and international affairs. Meghan’s studies helped her learn what motivates people and how conflicting values affect behavior in the marketplace. An accomplished student, Meghan wrote an article which was subsequently published by one of her cybersecurity professors on the topic of the evolution of espionage.
In addition to a very busy curriculum, she participated athletically at the collegiate level during her years at Duquesne University. The sports included softball and MMA (mixed martial arts). While her free time is somewhat limited these days, Meghan still enjoys playing an occasional softball game. Born and raised in Pittsburgh, she now lives not far from her childhood home. Aside from office life, in her free time, Meghan enjoys reading, exercise, and fitness activities as well as participating in everything the great outdoors has to offer.