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I’ve had the honor and great pleasure of speaking to multiple groups of college students and young professionals about being bold in your career, appreciating & capitalizing on personal strengths, and the importance of storytelling and personal branding.
I’m also passionate and can speak about: careers for young professionals, making big & bold moves after graduation, self-awareness and appreciation, Christianity and faith in everyday life, and overcoming eating disorders and negative self-talk.
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February 5th, Florida Magazine Student Association (Magazine Editorial Q&A)
February 16th, Adelphi University – Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity (Personal Branding, Storytelling, & Being Brave In Your Career)
February 23rd, Fordham University – Smart Girls Group (Personal Branding, Social Media, and Interview and Resume Confidence)
March 20th, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) – Communication Studies Alumni Panel
“WOW! What an amazing presentation! Thank you so much for speaking at Hofstra University. I am so impressed and inspired by your motivation to go after your dream job!” — Elana Delafraz, Student at Hofstra University
“Thanks for coming out to Hofstra and giving such a great presentation; it was truly inspiring and has motivated me to not be afraid of going after my dream! Thanks a million!” — Natalia Dutt, Student at Hofstra University
“It was so inspiring to hear Meaghan speak! Proof that small town girls can make it big. Love it!” — Rachel Crocetti, Student at Hofstra University
“It’s such an inspiration to see somebody succeeding in this industry, and your advice was so helpful!” — Mahogany Bullock-Clayton, Blogger
“I really loved your tips regarding what graduating/graduated students should be doing to land the job of their dreams. Your tips were very helpful and I wrote nearly all of them down!” — Carey Flack, Student at the University of Oklahoma