Megan moved from upstate New York to southern Louisiana more than a decade ago and is now firmly rooted in her new hometown. With a background in both tourism and the music business, she is especially qualified to share information on both in a region so rich in culture and recreational opportunities.
- Megan moved to southern Louisiana more than a decade ago
- Her work has been published online and in print
- She worked in tourism marketing
- She has written for TripSavvy since 2011
Megan's writing on travel, food, and music has been published both online and in print. Before becoming a writer, Megan worked in performing arts and tourism marketing, working for music and arts organizations such as the Finger Lakes GrassRoots Festival, Light in Winter, Camp Rince Ceol, Ithaca Festival, and Louisiana Folk Roots.
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