Meg builds and enhances opportunities for student-alumni networking and experiential and educational career development activities. She oversees the City Trek program and Princeton in Washington.
Meg provides one-on-one advising across a broad range of interests, covering topics including:
- Exploring career options
- Internship and job search planning
She advises students interested in all career fields, and in particular enjoys speaking with students about:
- Education, policy, politics, social service and public service careers
- Communications and media careers
I enjoy: Anything related to food and wine! I love to try out new culinary projects, check out the newest restaurants and arrange elaborate charcuterie boards.
I’m looking forward to my new position because: I love talking to students about their futures and helping them connect their academic interests to the world outside Princeton.
My first job after graduation: A waitress at a fancy restaurant in the West Village. I had a great time waiting on celebrities and getting to know New York before figuring out my long-term career path.
The best way to start my day is: Walking into town for a morning coffee with my husband, 1 year old son and big goofy dog.
I could give a 40-minute presentation with absolutely no preparation on: The intricacies of the New York City subway system and how to make a perfect risotto.