WHO I AM AS A HUMAN DOING (Professional Self): I started my career in traditional outside sales roles, and more transactional roles. I learned a lot about people and how to navigate a broad diversity of organizational challenges. The hallmark of my tenure at Brandtrust has been a focus and specialization on a more relational approach. I love that my current role allows me to lean into my favorite part of sales which is at its core very human. I enjoy listening and understanding our clients’ needs. I am privileged to coach new clients through our sales process, helping them understand and feel comfortable with the solution we’re providing. I am energized by leading our team and coaching the organization in these efforts as well. These are high-priority projects for our clients and they’re putting their trust in us and their reputation on the line. There’s nothing better than seeing our clients feel really good about the decision they’re making and I can lead that process with confidence knowing I have a team that is going to deliver with excellence on those promises.
WHO I AM AS A HUMAN BEING (Personal Self): The people that know me would be describe me as enthusiastic, kind and funny. At my core, I am a mom to my daughters, Blake and Remy, and party to my husband Dan. They are my world and I am so grateful for the grand purpose and joy they give to my life. An important part of myself is also that I love and adore food. I love thinking about it, cooking it, sharing it, eating it. I read cookbooks for fun. I am almost always thinking about my next meal. Adjacently, I am delighted by flowers, laughing and celebrating (seemingly) small moments of life.
WHAT I DO AT BRANDTRUST: As Director of Client Development, I have the privilege of strategically sharing stories of our work at Brandtrust that reveals the power and impact Human Truth can have on everything it touches.
QUICK FACTS ABOUT MEGHAN:
- Culture List: Any kind of work that either Emily Oster (her impactful work on parenting) or Adam Grant (his appreciation for challenging assumptions and the status quo) has put out into the world – I’ve been changed by it.
- Bucket Items: Make cheese, sell cheese, and fly a plane.
- Memorable Facts: My BBC news impression.
- One Human Truth I Live By: To focus on actions not outcomes is a wisdom I’ve learned from my husband and has become one of our family’s core values. Or as Anna sings in Frozen II, “do the next right thing’.