Meagan manages the design and production of Preservation Maryland’s outreach efforts like our website, newsletters, and invitations – and hopes you like them!
Previously, she was Acting President of Preservation Action, the grassroots lobby for preservation, and is a founding member of Buffalo’s Young Preservationists and Painting for Preservation.
She has a graduate degree in historic preservation from Clemson University and the College of Charleston and worked as a practitioner at Clinton Brown Company Architecture in Buffalo, NY, her hometown. She also has a degree in urban planning.
Meg’s passion for bettering the preservation profession led her to co-found Histpres, a national job board, and has spoken about the young preservation movement and job market at conferences across the country.
While she lives in Charles Village in Baltimore, she spends a lot of time somewhere between Baltimore and Washington, DC, especially, the National Historic Landmark community of Greenbelt, where she serves on the board of the Old Greenbelt Theatre and in Hyattsville, where she volunteers at Community Forklift.