As the member relations associate for the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP), Megan Snow is one of the membership gurus on staff. Focusing on meaningful engagement and interaction, she’s working to build the SCUP community beyond the traditional circle of membership.
Snow started life in Detroit, but longed to head out on her own and gain worldly experience. After high school, she landed in Williamsburg, Virginia, where she earned her BA in history and mathematics from The College of William and Mary and worked as a costumed interpreter at Colonial Williamsburg. After graduation, she was a tour guide for the National Park Service in Jamestown, Virginia, and then headed to the West Coast. Snow moved to Silicon Valley, working in the tumultuous mortgage industry, before taking the long cross-country drive back to her roots in Michigan–and to SCUP.
Snow resides in downtown Detroit, where she immerses herself in the culture and history of that rich city. In her spare time, she volunteers as a tour guide with the historic architecture group, Preservation Detroit. She is also an avid photographer, crafter, and entrepreneur. You can find her small business, evol STUDIOS, on Etsy. Her photography is featured in two Detroit historical non-fiction books.