Vice President of Research, EverFi
At EverFi, Meg researches the interplay between education, financial institutions, and social factors in influencing financial capability. She also measures the impact of financial education courses on learners using assessment and survey data, providing reports of course impact to sponsors, districts, and schools around the country. Prior to EverFi, Meg held a similar role assessing the impact of online and offline educational programming for youth sports coaches. Meg holds a degree in economics from the University of Virginia and an MBA from San Diego State University.