Megan is proud to serve Hope Clinic as the Community Relations Manager where she acts as the conductor and catalyst for relationships between churches, volunteers, and Hope Clinic. Not only does she facilitate partnerships with and financial support from local churches, she also leads the recruitment, training, and retainment of our wonderful volunteers.
During her freshman year at Belmont University, Megan worked as the Community Relations Assistant and fell in love with Hope Clinic’s mission and message. She spent the following two and a half years interning in a variety of roles at some of Nashville’s top public relations agencies, covering everything from relationship management to event production to brand development. After graduating with her Bachelor’s degree in public relations, she reconnected with the team at Hope Clinic and re-entered their story in her current role.
Although she is a Texan at heart, Megan has adopted Nashville as her second home. She spends her time outside of Hope Clinic trying out recipes on her friends, volunteering with the children’s ministry at Movement Church, and sharing a hammock and a good book with her husband in Sevier Park.