From an early age, Meghan has found joy in competition and adventure. She’s dreamed of racing around the world since age five. With her family’s support, she excelled at swimming, soccer and triathlon. She earned a podium finish at Collegiate Triathlon Nationals representing Columbia University, won a silver medal at AG Triathlon World Champs in Budapest, Hungry representing Team USA and competed in the Ironman World Champs in Hawaii. She’s dashed to the top of Rockefeller Center & the Empire State Building, run the NYC & Boston marathons, cycled the coast of California from San Fran to San Diego and ascended the elevation equivalent of Mount Everest. She cherishes the relationships that are cultivated through sport and the insight gained through the course of endurance challenges.
Meghan currently works in New York City at the Hospital for Special Surgery treating patients with foot and ankle ailments. She is a sports psychology consultant and coaches private clients who are training to compete in endurance events. She volunteers at First Descents and the Challenged Athlete Foundation.
Graduate Degrees: Master of Science in Health Sciences for Physician Assistants from Weill Cornell
Master of Public Administration from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs