PhD Student
Integrated Ethics & Theology
Loyola University Chicago

Meghan is a doctoral student in the theology department at Loyola University Chicago, and graduate assistant to Dr. Michael Schuck. Her areas of interest are Catholic ecclesiology and liberation theology. Prior to LUC, Meghan earned a master’s degree in Systematic Theology from Union Theological Seminary (2013) in Manhattan, as well as a master’s degree in Applied Developmental Psychology at Fordham University (2004) in Bronx, New York. Meghan did her undergraduate work at The College of New Rochelle in New Rochelle, NY where she majored in psychology with a minor in English. Before pursuing her doctoral degree in theology, Meghan worked in higher education administration for 10 years, spending several years in various positions in student development. Most recently, Meghan held the position of Assistant to the President at The College of New Rochelle, where she served as liaison to the Board of Trustees and assisted in programming for institutional mission & identity.