Megan Holly

Public Administration
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Megan Holly received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Political Science from Muskingum University. She began the Masters of Public Administration program in Fall 2015. Prior to attending Wright State, Megan worked in the city of Zanesville’s Community Development Department as an intern which sparked her passion for public service. She currently works as a graduate research assistant for the Greene County Educational Service Center where she assists in managing the federally-funded Safe Schools/Healthy Students Grant Program. Megan previously worked for the department of Urban Affairs and Geography as a graduate research assistant where she successfully contributed to two major projects; development of the MPA program’s alumni engagement plan and the city of Fairborn’s downtown revitalization plan. After graduation, Megan will begin working as a fellow in the city of Hamilton which will provide her the opportunity to grow professionally and take on new challenges. She plans to continue to follow a professional path of service to others as a public administrator so she can actively make a positive difference and become a true asset to the local and regional community. Congratulations, Megan.


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