Megan has always believed that as a teacher her greatest role is not to give her students "light and knowledge" but help them to see the "light and beauty" that is already within them. She trained in Utah with ABA studios and BYU Cougarettes. BYU, BS in Exercise Science. Her performances in CA, NYC, FLA and UT include The King and I, La Fille, Nutcracker, Disney Contest of Champions, National Collegiate Dance Competition Winners, Miss Drill USA. Then continued training with Hale Center Theatre-SLC, Broadway Dance-NYC, Alvin Ailey- NYC, Steps on Broadway-NYC, NYC Teacher Summit, CLI studios, IALS-Rome Italy. Megan has spent 20 years as a guest choreographer and teacher throughout the USA. In addition to working as a university professor at BYU, she has taught for and developed dance programs in: UT- Barlow Arts Conservatory, CAL-Northern California Dance Conservatory, TX- Collective Dance Artistry, TX-Champion High School, TX-Heather Stolle School of Dance, TX- Boerne Community Theatre. Her choreography has been featured in several shows, performances, and competitions across the USA including, Mary Poppins, Wizard of Oz, Beauty and the Beast, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Adam's Family, Singing in the Rain. She currently lives in the San Antonio, Texas area and continues to choreograph and teach Contemporary, Jazz, Tap, Ballet, Acro, Pageantry, Improvisation, Dance Team, and Musical Theatre. Her students have been privileged to continue their training in the following full time dance programs: NYU, Pace, NYC Rockettes, Juilliard, BYU Cougarettes, Marymount Manhattan College, The Young Americans and many others. Along with teaching her students, she enjoys being a mom to her 3 kids and helping them to share their own light with the world.