As Program Coordinator and Associate Professor of Art (Graphic Design) at the University of Mobile, Megan grew the Graphic Design program from minor to full BFA within four years. Responsibilities include curriculum design and program
development and she has increased enrollment in her focus area exponentially. She has taught more than 20 different courses, multiple times, in the past eight years ranging from introductory level design courses to senior portfolio
and thesis capstone classes and everything in-between. She is also has served as a Program Coordinator and adjunct lecturer for the Web Design and Online Communications Masters Program at the University of Florida.
In addition to her role as educator, Megan continues to practice professional design. She has more than twelve years of experience as a professional designer. During her career she has served in senior-level corporate design positions, as a creative and marketing consultant for nationally recognized brands and currently consults and produces work for large and small clients around the world in her self-branded studio. Megan has been the recipient of many awards including two American Graphic Design Awards from Graphic Design USA.
Megan is a founding member and President of AIGA Mobile, the local chapter of the professional organization of design; and served on the board of Negative Capability Press, a non-profit press where she held the title of Associate Publisher and Creative Director. She has helped design and publish more than 40 books. In 2018 she was selected to serve on the national grant-funded AIGA EMERGE 2.0 taskforce as co-leader of the design team which was charged with designing and developing emerge.aiga.org, a website that is a resource for AIGA’s membership of 26,000 design professionals.
Megan holds a BFA in Graphic Design from the University of South Alabama (2009) and an MFA in Graphic Design from Savannah College of Art and Design (2013) where she also completed extensive coursework in the field of Interactive Design and Game Development.