Meaghan joined the staff at HFCS in October of 2018. Meaghan was born into the world of communications – literally. As the daughter of a local newspaper entrepreneur, the information bridge was at the forefront of her daily life. Drawing inspiration from her parents, Meaghan entered adulthood ready to pursue a career in communications, combining that with her love of fine art. She graduated from SUNY Plattsburgh with a degree in studio art where she concentrated in both graphic design and photography. Before completing college she began working as a freelance designer and photographer. Meaghan has gained valuable proffesional experience as the Marketing and Communications Coordinator of Christ the King Spiritual Life Center; Director of Communications of the New York State Recreation and Park Society; Executive Director of Wiawaka Center for Women and most recently as the Communications Officer for the Episcopal Diocese of Albany, a position she still holds. Her hard work was honored in 2016 when she was chosen as one of the Post Star’s Top 20 Under 40. In addition she has also been involved with the Cambridge Valley Chamber of Commerce, Cambridge District United Fund, Cambridge Youth Commission, the Cambridge Valley Rescue Squad, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Greenwich and the Greenwich Interfaith Committee. While working on her career she obtained a Masters Degree in Psychology from Kaplan University and a Masters Degree in Recreation and Tourism from the University of Illinois Urbana/Champaign. She is currently attending Trinity School of Ministry and working on a Masters in Religion degree. Meaghan resides in Greenwich, NY and enjoys spending time with her husband Denny and four children, Carter, Isaac, Laynie and Quin. She is an artist and loves to paint and draw. Additionally, she plays the guitar, coaches soccer, loves to cook, is a hockey fan and is active in her church, serving as the Lay Vicar. Meaghan’s children are active in sports, dance and theater and she gets much enjoyment out of watching and encouraging them play and perform.