You see Megan every night as a Correspondent for the national television show "INSIDE EDITION," television's longest-running and top rated syndicated news magazine. She joined the show in fall of 2007. Whether reporting from the Super Bowl, swimming with wild animals, tackling a breaking political story, or chatting with celebrities, she has a knack for putting people at ease while entertaining and informing the public. Megan also frequently appears on HLN's "Showbiz Tonight" as a guest commentator.
Born and raised in Seattle, WA, she attended King's High School and graduated from Westmont College with a degree in Political Science. Megan debuted on television as part of the cast of "Tennessee Mornings on Fox 17." She worked as a traffic reporter for MetroNetworks. While in Nashville, Megan hosted a teen show for LifeWay Christian Resources called "Fuel." She also worked as a reporter/anchor for KENS5, the CBS station in San Antonio, TX, and co-hosted the show "Great Day San Antonio" She appears in country music artist Josh Turner's music video "What it Ain't" on CMT, Her film credits include the independent film "Something to Prove.", and she wrote the theme song for the film "Heaven Cent". Megan hosts the Inspirational Country Music Awards each year from Nashville. She is a member of the CMA (Country Music Association).
Megan offers media consulting for a variety of clients, including preparing up and coming artists for press. She emcees countless charity events around the country for organizations like Girls Quest, Girls Inc and HOBY. She sits on the PURE Board in NYC. Megan loves working out, traveling and is always up for the next adventure. She and her husband are the proud parents of a baby boy, and a Golden Spaniel named Indiana.