Megan Bullock founded Studio Mesh to creatively break down divisive boundaries. She believes thoughtful design can make space for new growth and positive interactions. Her work has been recognized by industry leaders like Print Magazine, AIGA, HOW, and SAPPI Ideas That Matter. She has been a Creative Community Fellow with NAS, an NEA grant panelist, and even a Focus Magazine Wonder Woman of West Virginia. Megan has mentored, advised, taught, and spoke for folks + venues like Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt, UN Habitat World Urban Forum, ArtPlace America, Columbia University Global Studio, and UPENN Social Impact House. She holds a BFA in Graphic Design from the Rhode Island School of Design. In her free time she likes to try new things and renovate old buildings.