Megan is a graduate of the University of Florida with degrees in International Studies (Asia) and Teaching English as a Second Language. Much of her teaching experience was accumulated by giving back to the community. She has taught immigrants and refugees survival English, helped international Ph.D. candidates write winning grant proposals to fund their research, and has even given a few violin lessons here and there! Upon graduating, she became an English teacher in public elementary and junior high schools in Japan, where she lived for three years. She coached hundreds of students to compose powerful, moving essays and speeches. She also instilled in them an understanding of how having such skills is invaluable to any career path or dream they wish to pursue.
Megan truly enjoys learning about the unique interests and strengths of each and every one of her students. She strives to meet her students where they are at and guides them to not only reach their goals, but have a vast amount of fun along the way.
When she is not in the classroom, she is most likely sipping bubble tea, fiddling around on her violin, or planning her next grand adventure around the world.