When Meagan graduated college she had one goal: become a wandering do-gooder. She left for India where she and a local partner started a school designed to help low caste members acquire basic skills needed to get a job with international companies (who wouldn’t care about caste). From there, she left for Myanmar where she became the Director of Studies for a local business institute as well as the Country Coordinator for a non-profit based in the U.S, and started a microcredit program with a local partner.
When she returned to the U.S. five years later, she joined a real estate company overseeing all aspects of operations and eventually, sales. From there she combined her years of experience in leadership and growth to become a MAPS Coach where she currently serves clients who want to grow their own leadership skills, improve company profits, and live a life by design. Her passion is helping people work on their becoming goals – not just what they want to do in life, but also who they want to be.
In her free time, you will find her outdoors with her family digging in the mud, hiking in the woods, or just running around like a racing airplane. In her *extra free time you will find her climbing mountains, scuba diving, and wondering what adventures she might get into next. She has been diving with whale sharks, ridden elephants into the remote jungle, tackled mountains, and faced down seemingly impossible piles of laundry. Her becoming game is strong.