Megan W.'s writing is skewered towards academic and journalistic writing in the social sciences, but she is capable of producing content on a wide range of topics, from pet care to television and cinema reviews.
Megan W.'s interests involve anything having to do with human behavior and people's interaction with the world around them. Pet care and animal welfare, film and television, art, cooking, sustainable living, public policy, global consciousness, political science, sociology, psychology, anthropology, spirituality, social history, feminism, political science, material culture studies, healthcare reform. The list goes on and on.
Megan graduated with honors and distinction from the University of Oklahoma in 2009. She obtained a B.A. in Anthropology, with minors in History and Women's Studies.
Through her work as a government contractor, Megan has had to explain complex healthcare policies to concerned patients seeking healthcare and insurance coverage. Often, these healthcare policies were distributed in the form of email blasts or newsletters designed to promote awareness.
Through her work for a leading women's healthcare clinic Megan has written a multitude of articles promoting reproductive healthcare. Some articles take a more educative slant, while others advocate the de-stigmatization of everyone's reproductive healthcare needs regardless of gender, age, or sexual orientation. This also includes advocating for their right to access those services at an affordable level.
Megan has worked for four years for a non-profit health clinic. She employed various marketing techniques including online social media copy to inform potential clients of the clinic's services. She also participated in developing mailers for fundraising and blogging to drum up support.
Drumming up activism and support was a major component of Megan's work for a non-profit women's health clinic. Megan has had the opportunity to sit in on few legislative sessions and report back on blog posts for the purpose of educating patients and non-patients alike on certain legislation that could be harmful (or helpful) to them.
Megan has had the opportunity to comment on a number of women's issues through her work in marketing and advocacy for a women's health clinic. Her writing in this arena has focused mainly on women's access to personal and political agency and bodily autonomy, both in the United States and abroad.
As a part of her work, Megan created compelling blog content to educate, entertain and inform readers regarding their reproductive health and their rights. Megan was able to create professional blog posts with valuable and accurate information regarding a variety of challenging topics.