Executive Assistant to the President
Meg grew up in a suburb of Seattle. At the age of 16, she spent a summer in Germany and fell fast in love with the opportunity to view the world through the new lenses that different cultures and landscapes provide. At 18, she made the 3,000 mile move east to attend Vassar College in New York’s Hudson Valley. Upon graduation, she secured a work visa for the UK and headed off to London with a backpack and a smile. When she returned to the U.S., Seattle became home again for a short spell, before she succumbed once more to her nomadic tendencies and moved back to Europe – this time to Amsterdam to do her Master’s degree in International Relations. New York City was her next stop for three years, followed by San Francisco for four. Now delighted to be back home in Seattle, she took her first expedition trip to Alaska’s Inside Passage last year (amazing!!) and immediately booked a next one to Costa Rica and the Panama Canal. In addition to travel, her passions include singing with the Seattle Women’s Chorus, dreaming up tasty new vegetarian recipes, enjoying local theater, and working her way through an ever-growing queue of documentaries.
Ages 7 to 70, One Family's Trip of a Lifetime to Alaska
My Travel Experience
Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Mexico, The Netherlands, Panama, Scotland, Spain, Tobago, Uruguay, Wales, most of the continental U.S. and HawaiiMy Favorite Trips
Exploring Alaska's Coastal Wilderness
Borneo – Camp Leakey: Faces in the Forest
Land of the Ice Bears – An In-Depth Exploration of Arctic Svalbard