Debra S. Munsell, DHSc
John McEachin, M. D. (Member Emeritus)
Meet Megan Porter
Shortly after moving back to Meridian, Megan Porter joined the Meridian Symphony Association Board of Directors where she has served in a variety of roles over the last several years. Having previously held the position of Vice-President for two seasons, she is currently entering her third term as Board President.
Megan's appreciation and interest in symphonic music can be attributed to her father. "As a child, my parents made sure my brothers and I had a good foundation in music and were involved in music lessons from an early age. For several years, I played viola in Meridian's community orchestra. The fact that I had the opportunity to play the same viola my dad played through high school and college made it even more special. Although music is not a career path I ultimately pursued, I'm grateful for the opportunity to be surrounded by orchestral music and to work with an organization that plays a major role in bringing classical music to our community."
Porter earned her Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience and Cognitive Studies from Millsaps College and a joint Master in Public Health (MPH) and a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). She currently works in the healthcare sector in program management.