Megan has always been creative, and a job at a local web and print agency was the lightbulb moment that led her to immerse herself in all things design.
Since then, Megan has been fully committed to building her research skills. Through her Master’s coursework at Bentley University, Megan found her passion for human research and design. Before coming to Mad*Pow, Megan worked as a UX Associate at Bentley’s User Experience Center, where she helped conduct usability tests, create wireframes, and make actionable design recommendations for a range of clients. She also interned at Sports Innovation Lab, where she helped prototype their MVP while keeping research goals at the front of the product team’s mind. Outside of her research pursuits, Megan tutors high school students and volunteers with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay.
Megan fires up her creative side by doodling in one of her many sketchbooks and participating in community theater. You can also find her running as much as she’s able—she finished two marathons and a Ragnar Relay in a year, and she aims to keep up that pace in the future.
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