Megan is the Project Lead for Winrock’s USDA Partnerships for Climate Smart Commodities award at the Wallace Center. Prior to joining the Wallace Center, Megan was a Program Director at NCBA CLUSA leading their USAID Farmer-to-Farmer program in Peru, Ecuador, and Honduras and the USAID Resilient Agriculture Activity in the Dominican Republic. She was a key member of the Cooperatives and Producer Organizations Practice Area where she worked on business development, thought leadership, and technical assistance. She has over 15 years of development experience in Latin America and West Africa. Her prior experience involves managing agriculture projects in Senegal including the USAID Farmer-to-Farmer program, USAID Feed the Future nutrition led agriculture project as well as the USDA Millet Business Services Project. Megan lived and worked in Liberia and was a United States Peace Corps volunteer in Benin. She holds a degree in business administration from The College of New Jersey and a Master of Public Administration from New York University.
Megan lives in Virginia with her daughter, two parakeets, a hamster, and several fish. She enjoys running, hiking, puzzling, and going to the beach.