Meg is an award-winning professional with a progressive 25+ year career blending expertise in writing, editing, interviewing, public relations and brand building. She has a diversified set of credentials: a corporate career as the founding member of PR departments for four major financial services firms; consulting assignments to create communications platforms/infrastructure from scratch for numerous non-profits; a portfolio of bylines as a published writer for media and corporate clients; ghostwriting credentials; and publisher and editor of the website, which explores the world’s cultural traditions.

Meg has been the recipient of PR Week’s First Place Award for Small Corporate Communications Team of the Year and named one of five finalists for PR Professional of the Year; New England Publicity Club’s First Place Bell Ringer Award for public affairs campaign and two organizational identity campaign awards; Bulldog Bronze Award for product/company positioning.

Meg is a regular contributor to the Boston Globe, the Huffington Post and website of CBS travel editor Peter Greenberg.  Through a monthly interview column on, Meg has profiled everyday heroes, members of royalty and philanthropic leaders; her subjects have included the Duke of Argyll; the chief of UNESCO’s intangible cultural heritage division; the CEO of the U.N. Foundation; and the founder of the Global Heritage Fund.

The thread throughout Meg’s wide range of interests is an endless fascination with people’s stories. She has an abiding passion for helping others to “connect the dots,” engaging them in a process to discover what makes them unique and discern the value their experiences can offer others.  Meg considers it is a privilege to work with individuals and organizations to find their voice, as well as identify ways in which to let it sing.