Meg has experience managing research projects across K-20 education and technology, building tools and resources to help school leaders find, select, and use technology, and helping educators take action to make learning better for their students. Most recently, Meg has led a multi-faceted research project that seeks to understand the best teaching and learning practices schools use to personalize learning for their students, and a project that aims at codifying school and district pain points to understand the gaps in finding appropriate technology. She is the Principal Investigator for an SBIR research project through IES, which seeks to develop a platform to help administrators make smart choices about what technology to use in their schools. Previously, she led engagement with school and district leaders across the country helping them find the best tools that could help their students. She has a B.A in Art History from Denison University and a B.A in English and M.A. in Education from Virginia Commonwealth University.