"Megan presented a valuable topic in which each one of deals with on a daily basis automatically. Providing information and exercises in which we could discuss was vital for full comprehension in how our own biases come into play. This is definitely a topic in which everyone needs to take a step back and reevaluate their own views."
"Thank you for providing our organization (Boys & Girls Clubs of Rutherford County, Inc.) with your expertise in the area of Managers and Employees forming highly efficient teams. The content you provided seemed well researched, which was beneficial to our organization. You spoke in a clear and concise manner. You arrived early to setup and you stayed afterward to answer questions."
Director Family Centered Care, Windham Hospital
"Megan consistently communicated all phases of our project together. Expectations and gentle reminders encouraged us to stay on track and she accommodated delays with professionalism and grace. I was kept well informed and given access to valuable resources Megan would find and share with the team. My colleagues and I came to rely on Megan for her support and knowledge. Megan assisted in our presentation at the Diversity Rx conference and ensured it went smoothly. Her unassuming manner and caring personality provides a steady balance to the work and chaos that is often found in health care organizations. Megan has been a refreshing oasis. Our quality improvement process benefited from her ability to crunch data and return information to us in a form that was useful. Whenever we encountered problems, Megan was available to respond to our questions or direct us to other resources. Megan has been a solid and invaluable asset. Her commitment, professionalism, warmth and skill have made the difference. I will always be grateful that I have had this opportunity to know and work with Megan."
Terrence Likes, Ph.D.
"Megan is an asset to our program. She answers student questions well, has a smooth delivery and presents material in an uplifting manner. The students respond well to your teaching methods. You are able to build rapport with them and keep them engaged."