Prior to joining the Haas Center, Meghann was a university supervisor and lecturer in the Stanford Graduate School of Education. As a university supervisor in the Stanford Teacher Education Program, she served cohorts of graduate students earning their secondary teaching credential and MA in Education. As a lecturer, Meghann taught a variety of courses which included Educating for Equity and Democracy, Curriculum and Instruction in History and Social Science, and Assessment for Learning and Equity.
Before transitioning to teacher education, Meghann worked in high school and university settings in a variety of roles: history teacher, assistant director of a high school, admissions committee member, and program administrator. Meghann credits the Haas Center with shaping her commitment to public service over two decades ago when she was a Haas Center Undergraduate Fellow.
Meghann holds a BA in International Relations from Stanford University and an MA in Secondary Education from the Stanford Graduate School of Education. In her spare time, Meghann enjoys watching her kids play soccer, exploring the outdoors with her husband (’00), and walking her dog.