Megan Meyer, Associate Consultant Megan Meyer, Associate Consultant Specialties Executive Search Recruiting Data Analysis Education Master of Community Planning with Economic Development Specialization, University of Cincinnati, Ohio (2013) Bachelor of Science in Psychology, College of Charleston, South Carolina (2011) As an Associate Consultant focused on supporting the firm’s executive recruitment engagements, Megan develops content for recruitment materials, strategizes targeted outreach, conducts research, and analyzes data. Megan also interacts directly with potential candidates and reviews applications for minimum and preferred qualifications. Before joining Raftelis in 2020, Megan served as the Associate Director of the University of Cincinnati (UC) Real Estate Center after serving as the Special Assistant to the Director of the City of Cincinnati Department of Community and Economic Development. At the UC Real Estate Center, Megan managed program promotion and development, served as the point of contact for real estate industry leaders for their student and alumni talent pipeline needs, supported two advisory boards, functioned as the staff advisor to the student organization, and taught the undergraduate Real Estate Principles course. At the City of Cincinnati, Megan supported the Community and Economic Development Department Director and provided oversight to 75+ staff across the Department (economic development, housing, fiscal and operations, monitoring and compliance, policy and communications, and parking facilities). Megan managed a large hiring push for the Department for all levels of seniority (analysts to division managers) and provided direct assistance to commercial developers, business owners, real estate brokers, and site selectors to navigate administrative and legislative processes. Megan has a Master of Community Planning Degree with an Economic Development Specialization from the University of Cincinnati (OH), and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology with minors in Spanish and Historic Preservation and Planning from the College of Charleston (SC).