Megan Bullock founded MESH because she believes thoughtful design and technology can break down divisive boundaries and create space for new, positive interactions and growth. Her work has been recognized by industry leaders like Print Magazine, AIGA, and SAPPI Ideas That Matter. She’s a National Arts Strategies 2018 Creative Community Fellow and a Focus Magazine “Wonder Woman of West Virginia”. Megan mentors, advises, teaches workshops, and public speaks on brand strategy and social entrepreneurship at colleges and conferences like UN Habitat World Urban Forum, Columbia University Global Studio, UPENN Center for Social Impact, and Tamarack Foundation. She holds a BFA in Graphic Design from the Rhode Island School of Design.
Kathryn Dreier is the award-winning visual designer who keeps MESH creative. Kathryn’s goal is to help clients seamlessly communicate their own missions to the world. She’s previously worked at a wide range of design studios in New York, London, and Montréal, and her projects have been recognized by the Creativity Annual Awards for Prattonia and the Interactive Media Awards. Kathryn is formerly a Communications Design instructor for Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, where she also earned her BFA, with honors. She lives in and works from Austin, Texas, where she enjoys listening to Drake and Morrissey equally.
Tameika Pittman focuses on web, digital and social media design for MESH, keeping our design sharp and up-to-date. She believes in simple and effective digital design combined with an easy user experience. Originally from Colorado, Tameika graduated summa cum laude from Arizona State University with a BSD in Visual Communication Design, and honed her digital design skills working with nonprofits such as Equality AZ and The Arizona Humane Society. Tameika recently moved to Brooklyn, where she is still trying to find the perfect Thai restaurant.
Liz Turner is the Operations Manager at MESH, keeping all things organized and running smoothly. She is a graduate of Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia. Her experience ranges from print design, fine arts, app development, social media management, to press releases and event promotion. She has worked to refine her organizational and management skills through her wide range of experience in art and business, and works closely with the local arts community. She helped found and is currently the co-director of Apartment Earth Gallery. Liz spends any remaining time playing roller derby for the Chemical Valley Rollergirls & WV State All-Stars Roller Derby.