Meghan coordinates all details of US Lacrosse's grant-related programs, including Fast Break, PCA Sportsmanship and AED, while also assisting with the First Stick initiative.
At US Lacrosse since:
Spring 2008: Study Abroad, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand
May 2009: Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies, University of Maryland, College Park
Naval Academy Athletic Association Sports Marketing Intern (Spring 2009);
Sr. Membership Services Rep., US Lacrosse (June 2009-May 2010).
If you played lacrosse, when and how were you first introduced to the game?
My dad introduced me to lacrosse at an early age. He gave me my first lacrosse stick, which was wooden, in elementary school. We would pass the lacrosse ball around with my younger brother Sean, in our backyard. Shortly after, I joined local Baltimore rec teams.
Are you currently involved with the game outside of work? If so, how?
In spring of 2010 I completed the training to become a women’s lacrosse official through the Baltimore Board of Women’s Sports (BBOWS).
What’s your hometown?
What sports do you play/did you used to play?
Soccer, basketball and lacrosse.
What’s your ideal Saturday?
Lying on the beach with my friends and family! It’s 85 and sunny.
Where in the world (or out of this world) would you like to take a two-week-long, all-expense paid vacation?