Megan graduated Cum Laude from St. Edward’s University in Austin with a BA in Communications and Minor in Graphic Design. Her first internship was at the education advocacy nonprofit, TXPOST (Texas Partnership for Out of School Time) where she started in operations but quickly transitioned into a role as Lead Graphic Designer, while finishing her degree. In her last semester, Megan completed an internship under the mentorship the founder of A Brand (now Shelf Studio), an Austin based, design company. She was hired immediately after college as a packaging designer, honing in on her skills as both production artist and conceptual designer. In a short year and a half, Megan, went from intern to a solid mid-level designer before joining the Worboys Design team in December 2015.
Megan brings a wide range of skills from packaging design, illustration, brand development to office and organizational management. We are in awe of how easy she makes it all look!
Favorite class in school?
In college my favorite class was Gender Communication. It was the first class where I really learned about feminism and realized how important it is to be an activist for something as important as women’s rights even in this day in age.
Favorite Colorado activity?
Extreme Hammocking… It’s a sport I made up in my head where you just go to different outdoor spots or events, set up a hammock and lounge all day in the sunlight. This hasn’t happened yet, but this is definitely my kind of Colorado activity.
I studied abroad in Scotland and fell in love with it’s capitol, Edinburgh. It’s such a modern, fast-paced city but much of the architecture is still from the middle ages with cobble stones, stained glass windows and castle-like structures — I loved the contrast!