Hello! I'm Meghan.

I'm an assistant professor and mapmaker currently at Syracuse University in the Department of Geography and the Environment. I work at the intersection of cartography, feminist theory, and digital storytelling. I am particularly interested in the role of power in spatial data, map design, and mapping processes. My most recent project, for example, examines the ubiquity and use of satellite data in the news and our everyday lives through a Black feminist lens. In my work, I aim to rethink and expand conventional cartographic tools and techniques through alternative perspectives. You can find my CV here.

Additionally, I am a professional cartographer, and my work can be found in the Chicago Tribune, Washington Post, Rolling Stone Magazine, and Science Magazine.