Megan’s relationship with Mercer and McAfee began as a Master of Divinity student and graduate assistant in the Office of Admissions in 2016. Prior to earning her Master of Divinity at McAfee, Megan received her BA in Religion from Mars Hill University in Western North Carolina, where she first began to feel her call to ministry. Upon graduation, Megan went on to work as an Admissions Counselor for adult undergraduate students at Mercer University’s College of Professional Advancement for about a year. Fueled from both professional and personal experience, Megan is passionate about ensuring every student feels supported as they pursue theological education and explore their callings. Outside of admissions, she continues to serve bi-vocationally as the Minister of Virtual Connection at Joy Metropolitan Community Church in Orlando, FL. She loves the Blue Ridge Mountains, will always say yes to a chai tea latte, and is a proud dog mom to her pup, Ernie.
- M.Div., McAfee School of Theology, Mercer University, 2019
- B.A., Religion, Mars Hill University, 2016