Design isn't just about aesthetics, it's about impact. I use design strategy to help chip away at some of the world’s most complex problems. I'm committed to creating a world that is more just and equitable, and I believe the process of design will help us get there.
My clients are innovators in emerging markets that address the needs and desires of underserved communities around the world.
- British Embassy
- Department of Veteran's Affairs
- Habitat for Humanity
- Red Cross
- Medic Mobile
- Millennium Challenge Corp.
- National Geographic
- Clinton Foundation
- UN Foundation
- US Army
"Meghan was one of the most remarkable people we had working with us and made huge strides for BRCK in getting us to think through our user experience and testing methodologies while she was part of the team." — Erik Hersman, CEO, BRCK
I am a graduate of the Design for Social Innovation MFA program at the School of Visual Arts. As a student, my work was featured in the New York Times and Fast Company. I am continuing my design education at the Vermont College of Fine Arts. I also teach Interaction and Interface Design, a core required course, to students enrolled in the Interaction Design and Information Architecture Master's Degree and Certificate Program at the University of Baltimore.
Prior to studying design, I worked at the intersection of communications and international development in Afghanistan, producing television and radio campaigns. While overseas, I organized a group of volunteers to launch of the first-ever TEDx event in Afghanistan, which is now run by a group of local Afghan students. I was a Fulbright Scholar in Hong Kong, an Abshire-Inamori Leadership Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and an Entrepreneurship Fellow with the Open Hands Initiative in Jordan.
"Meghan is a detailed-oriented professional with a lot of drive and creative passion. She is always ready for new challenges and adventures. She is a very strong writer and has a great eye for concept development and design of new products and projects." — Lauren Katzenberg, CETENAGROUP