Let’s start with your name and what you do.
I’m Megan, Community Operations Manager at Evidation. I manage our community presence and ensure all our users have a positive experience.
Tell us about home.
I was born and raised in sunny San Diego.
How’d you end up here?
I previously worked in the non-profit sector as a middle school after school supervisor. I continued to work in the education sector at a small education based startup, where I managed the companies clients, sales and community presence. I first heard about Evidation through a friend who worked at the company (and still does). I was immediately drawn to Evidation, as it encompassed my need to work for an innovative and thought leading company, which most importantly puts people first. Everyday I get to hear stories from users who are making positive and impactful changes in their lives, thanks to the work that we do.
Apparently there’s a type of bargain you just can’t resist?
Flight deals! I’m obsessed with finding the cheapest best flight deals around the world. A lazy Sunday afternoon consists of me laying on the couch and seeing where I can go in the world for a cheap price. One of my favorite finds was a $330 roundtrip flight to Hong Kong.
What’s been your best day (so far) at Evidation?
One of my favorite days was Bike to Work Day at Evidation. We challenged our users to bike to work (or anywhere else they were going that day). I also decided to take on the challenge of biking to work. Okay, I may only live a few miles from work, but as someone who hadn’t biked in a long time, I felt incredibly accomplished. It was empowering to hear from users who took their own biking adventures to work. Some took a 20 mile ride and others rode down the street, doing what worked best for them. Accumulatively our users biked across the U.S. over 5 times!
Mom & Me & Mom
What’s your preferred approach to earning points on Achievement?
Research and studies!
First trip to Mars with humans on board. Passenger or onlooker?
Have you ever experienced a paranormal event?
How would you describe your vertical leap?
3 cats high.