Originally from outside of New York City, Meghan moved north to attend the University of Vermont. She graduated with bachelor’s degrees in Art History and Finance/International Business. A lot of her time was spent on snow skiing in Stowe, Vermont and playing club lacrosse. For her junior year she studied business and art history abroad at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland.
Upon graduation, Meghan began work in commercial real estate in New York City to very soon realize she missed the mountains. And so, like so many before her, she moved to Jackson to ski for one winter and immediately realized Jackson was home. (Her first deep day on Teton Pass was enough to reaffirm that.) Meghan is now working with Snake River Sporting Club as a real estate associate and is involved in the sales and development of the property and coaches for the Jackson Hole Lacrosse Club.
In her spare time she is likely skiing in the backcountry, floating the Teton River with her dog, or chasing the sunset out to the Tetons. All of the open space and land in and around Jackson is big, wild and wonderful. Meghan looks forward to engaging with the Jackson Hole Land Trust to protect and conserve the open space in and around Jackson for the future.