Master of Education in Student Affairs
College of Education
Bachelor of Science in Hotel, Restaurant & Tourism Management
College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Meghan serves as the Coordinator for Commuter Student Engagement. In this role, she provides resources and programs to support over 20,000 commuter students and their experience at the University of Tennessee. Serving as an advocate to this population, Meghan works to connect commuter students on campus and in the community to positively impact student engagement and success. Meghan was awarded the inaugural Instructor of the Year Award in 2017 for her work teaching First-Year Studies (FYS) to a special first-year commuter student population section. Nationally, Meghan serves on the directorate for the Commission for Commuter Students and Adult Learners through ACPA – College Student Educators International.
Meghan grew up in Franklin, Tennessee and is a proud graduate of the University of Tennessee. During her time as a student, Meghan was actively involved in various campus organizations serving as a Gamma Chi, Ignite Team Leader, Emerging Leader, Student Alumni Associate, a representative for the Dean’s Undergraduate Advisory Board for her college and an officer for her sorority. From these experiences, she developed a passion for building relationships with students in transition and jump-started her career in Student Affairs.
When Meghan is not cheering on the Volunteers, she enjoys spending time with her family, husband John, and pup Tillman.