Megan earned a PhD with the Counselor Education program in 2013. She is originally from Ocean Township, NJ and currently lives in Knoxville, TN. We asked her to reflect on past experiences with EPC and discuss where she’s at now. Read her responses below.
Assistant Professor & Coordinator
Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program
Jefferson City, TN
Awards and Accomplishments Earned as a Student
- Recipient of Dean Wallace $15,000 Fellowship, University of Tennessee, 2010
Accomplishments since Graduating
- Voted Smoky Mountain Region’s Counselor Educator of the Year, 2015
Running, and hanging out with all my children.
What sold you on this program?
What sold me on the program were the professors, they were as engaging and attentive during the interview process as they were throughout my time there. I still so much appreciate the mentorship and friendships I developed there.
What was the most memorable experience during your time here?
My most memorable experience was going through the first semester of the program pregnant, which I found to be the most challenging semester to acclimate to. I delivered my daughter the day after classes ended and kept on going!
Did you end up where you thought you would?
I truly believed that I would continue to work in a clinical setting when I entered the program. As I grew personally and professionally I realized that teaching was my calling, and that clinical work needed to take a back seat, for now.