Megan was born in Oklahoma, but didn’t stay there long. In fact, in her first 10 years, her father’s career took the family of four to Texas, Florida and Mississippi, ending up in north Louisiana for the next 13 years. Travel came in the form of long holiday road trips to the family farm in Tennessee and to the beach in Florida. A free spirit, she studied French for 7 years, while longing to escape the south and travel abroad. After earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography, she followed her parents from that conservative, southern town to Tampa, Florida, where her mother was raised. With the full intention of saving up to move to New York and pursue an art career, it came as a surprise when she landed, and fell in love with, a dream job in travel. Only 30 days after starting at an exotic travel company, she had a crisp new passport in hand on board a flight to the Seychelles islands, in the Indian Ocean. A love for language and culture became a life-changing career. During the next 8 years, she would gallivant around Europe and take a dozen adventures to South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Mauritius, Madagascar, Maldives, Seychelles, Dubai, Qatar and Oman. From surfing in southern Madagascar and dodging hippos on the Zambezi River to milking Maasai cattle in Kenya, nothing is ever too far or too daunting. She eventually became Africa Destination Manager of a luxury tour operator and relocated to Los Angeles. She was named one of Vacation Agent Magazine’s “Under 35” Rising Stars in 2012, joining Nat Hab the same year – a dream job with a dream company. She traded in her surfboard for a snowboard and relocated to Boulder, her favorite home yet, where she enjoys working with Africa, microbrew tasting, salsa dancing and beard-admiring in the rugged mountains of Colorado!