Meghan Grace is the co-author of the book, Generation Z Goes to College. She strives to help those working with Generation Z better understand the newest generation of college students and young professionals. Her work with Generation Z focuses on utilizing generational research to influence individual practices and organizational strategies that promote empowering environments and experiences for members of Generation Z.
Meghan has diverse experience working in higher education and student affairs with a background in program design and management, Greek organizations, leadership development, event planning, curriculum design, and research and assessment. She currently serves as the Director of Undergraduate Programming & University Partnership for Sigma Phi Epsilon’s Headquarters staff, where she provides strategic oversight for the curriculum and assessment of the organization’s developmental programs and events. Prior to SigEp, Meghan worked with the University of Arizona Leadership Programs in program coordination, event planning and course instruction for leadership development, social entrepreneurship, and career preparedness.
Meghan holds her undergraduate degree in communication studies from Chapman University and completed her master’s in higher education at the University of Arizona. She is currently pursuing her doctoral degree at Vanderbilt University studying higher education leadership and policy. Meghan focuses her educational and professional experiences to help individuals and organizations develop more effective practices and strategies for success.