Meghan comes from the product innovation and technology startup realm, having worked as a user experience designer and entrepreneur in this space for several years. She earned a Master of Science degree in Information Architecture and Knowledge Management with a focus in User Experience Design and has since helped design and launch many digital products. Before specializing in user experience design, Meghan worked in marketing and as a graphic designer. She has an undergraduate degree in visual anthropology and women’s studies from The Evergreen State College and has previously been involved in reproductive health and birth work activism.
Product innovation and human-centered design systems applied to improving quality of life; including the areas of maternal and infant health, food security, accessibility, and climate change.