Resonate

Communications and Development Fellow

Megan Madeira

Megan is Resonate’s Communications and Development fellow through Princeton in Africa. Her professional and academic experiences have centered on the intersections of women’s empowerment, conflict resolution, and international development. Throughout her undergraduate career, Megan has worked with various organizations, including ILive2Lead, United to End Genocide, Peace Tree Network, the U.S. Department of State, and Chemonics International. She also served in leadership roles as President of the School of International Service Undergraduate Council and as a co-leader for an Alternative Break program to Rwanda for undergraduate and graduate students to study women and youth development in a post-conflict context.

Megan recently graduated from American University’s School of International Service with a degree in International Studies, concentrating in Peace and Conflict Resolution.