Megan Marshall

Megan Marshall
Graduate Intern

Megan Marshall is the Graduate Intern for the Office of New Student and Family Programs (NSFP). Megan works specifically with Parent and Family initiatives, including the Family Ambassadors program, Parent and Family Orientation, and Family Weekend. She also helps in varying degrees with other NSFP initiatives throughout the office.

Megan grew up moving all around the United States before settling in Columbus, Ohio for her high school years. After, she moved to upstate New York where she later graduated from Syracuse University with a B.S. in Education and a minor in Sociology. During her time as a student, she served as an Orientation Leader for New Student Orientation, a peer adviser for the School of Education, a member of several comedy groups, and an executive board member for her sorority. Currently, she is a graduate student in Northwestern’s School of Education and Social Policy, where she is working towards her M.S. in Higher Education Administration and Social Policy.

In her spare time, Megan enjoys watching reality TV, rollerblading, and performing improv around the city. Megan has a passion for getting to know others on an individual level and can’t wait to help students find their home and pursue their passions at Northwestern.

Strengths: Positivity, Arranger, WOO, Includer, Achiever