Megan received her BA in Hispanic Studies and Educational Studies from Davidson College in 2014. Upon graduation, Megan received the Hispanic Studies department's Mundo Hispánico Senior Award, as well as the William B. Hight Teaching Award through the department of Educational Studies. After graduation, Megan served as the Director of Education for Charlotte's International House, and later took on the role of Academic Dean and Volunteer Coordinator for Atlanta's Centro Hispano Marista. She also taught Spanish at Sophia Academy, and middle school English Language Arts with Reach for Excellence.
Megan's research interests include literary representations of women in medieval and early modern peninsular literature, as well as the figure of the pícaro and subsequent contemporary re-writings of this figure. She also investigates the intersections of race, gender, and sexuality in contemporary Caribbean literature.
As a part of her Caliope-Comediantes Research Assistantship in 2016-2017, Megan worked on producing explanatory notes for a critical edition of Fransico de Osuna's Norte de los Estados with Dr. Dana Bultman. She also conducted research on the Joaquín Sorolla portrait of María Guerrero in La Dama Boba with Dr. Elizabeth Wright.