Megan grew up in San Antonio, but went East for her undergraduate degree. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Duke University in 2009. Realizing the cold just wasn't for her, she moved down South to Miami, Florida to attend law school at the University of Miami School of Law, where she was selected as a Miami Scholar, or a student dedicated to public interest and pro bono work. While at UM, Megan worked a summer in Medellin, Colombia, spent a year representing foster care youth in judicial settings, worked for a Federal District Court Judge, and interned for a year with the Department of Homeland Security focusing on immigration law. After graduating from law school, Megan returned to Texas where she currently practices family law, with a focus on Child Protective Services cases, child support cases, child custody cases, and divorces.