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Hometown: Washington, D.C.
After growing up around the museums in D.C. and then moving to the oldest city in the U.S., Megan found a passion for history and how the story gets told.
During her time at the University of Central Florida, where she double majored in history and creative writing, Megan learned the ins and outs of setting up events at the arena on campus. Joining automätik as a communications designer was a great fit that combined her experience and education.
In her free time, Megan enjoys music, art, traveling, cuddling up with her small cat, Persephone, and reading adventure books. She now lives in North Carolina and relishes opportunities to explore and learn about another state’s history.
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