Megan (she/her) is Experience Research Director at Mad*Pow in Boston, where she has worked across multiple verticals including finance, healthcare, and education to design studies, deliver insights, and provide strategic recommendations for her clients.
Since her undergraduate years as a sociology major, Megan has become increasingly passionate about the importance of listening to diverse experiences when conducting research with users. Megan graduated with high distinction from Bentley University’s HFID (Human Factors in Information Design) program.
Outside of the office, Megan spends her time running, knitting, and playing with her two dogs, Scotch and Rye.
Diverse Participant Recruiting is Essential to Authentic User Research (97 UX Things Podcast)
97 Things Every UX Practitioner Should Know book, chapter: Diverse Participant Recruiting is Essential to Authentic User Research, 2021
UXPA Boston, Rosenfeld, and Mad*Pow Webinar (2021): What Did I Miss? The Hidden Costs of Deprioritizing Diversity in UX Research