Megan was born and raised in Montgomery, AL. She earned her BA in Sociology from Clark Atlanta University and an MA in Sociology from the University of Houston. She began working in nonprofit to use her research background to help create better metrics to more efficiently measure outcomes and impact. Prior to her MBA, she worked as the Program Director for All Stars Helping Kids. In this role, she managed All Stars’ nonprofit incubator program in which new nonprofits were given funding and support with board governance, fundraising and programming. Now in her second year at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, Megan is translating her love for incubating & accelerating nonprofits into a more business-focused path to support high-growth startups through venture capital. She has held investment internships at Omidyar Network, Foundation Capital and Lightspeed Venture Partners. Megan is also a Co-President of Stanford’s Black Business Student Association and founded a venture capital blog, A Black Girl in Venture.