Megan Nesbeth

Megan is a second-year MBA student at the Ross School of Business. Prior to coming to Ross, Megan worked with budding entrepreneurs and technologists at the skills-based learning pioneer General Assembly. There she helped to launch the organization’s diversity in tech and social impact programs in addition to working in admissions, sales, local marketing, and operations. In addition to GA, Megan has worked in more traditional education settings, both domestically and abroad, since graduating from Middlebury College with a BA in Sociology & Anthropology. She will talk your ear off about just about anything related to design, travel, and systems thinking and is interested in harnessing the power of entrepreneurship to drive economic development and access to better lives for individuals and communities.

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