Megan is currently pursuing a major in Public Policy with a minor in Economics at Stanford University. A native Texan, Megan graduated from Greenhill School with a GPA in the top 6% of her class while also being an active member of her community. She served as president of the Student Council and Political Action Club, was a devoted member of her high school’s choir, and a three-sport varsity athlete. She accumulated several honors throughout her high school career such as Athlete of the Year, the Dartmouth Book Award, and induction into the Cum Laude Society. In recognition of all these accomplishments, she was the recipient of the Bernard L. Fulton Award, the highest honor given to a graduating senior at her high school.
At Stanford, Megan is a member of the Track and Field team and Stanford Women in Politics. In her free time, Megan loves to sing, play piano, and listen to podcasts. She has previously interned for a Texas State Senate campaign, a Civil District Court, and a local law firm. Currently, she is working as a Research Assistant for Professor Mark Duggan, the director of the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, looking at the economic implications of privatizing the hospital sector. This summer, she looks forward to beginning her legal fellowship at Covington & Burling LLP, Washington D.C.’s top law firm. She has a deep passion for law, economics, and healthcare, and can’t wait to further explore the intersection of these fields.
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