Born and bred between the cane fields, cattle properties and coal mines of Mackay in north Queensland, Megan's career in the media began more than 15 years ago.
Megan filled the roles of reporter, presenter and Journalist in Charge at the ABC across radio and television, and also filed for ABC’s flagship rural current affairs program, ‘Landline’, for a number of years.
She’s a well-known and trusted face throughout Queensland’s rural sector, with a reputation as a true story teller and an advocate for the bush.
Five years ago Megan turned her hand to agri-PR and is a sought-after wordsmith who knows how to find the personal touch to every yarn, no matter the content.
Megan also specialises in media liaison, issues management, content creation, levy-payer communications, editorial content development, magazine planning and development, media strategy development and implementation, as well as voice overs and scripting support for video and podcast productions.
She's also a seasoned conference MC and workshop facilitator.
House of Communications working with the Quilpie Diggers' Race Club, worked on sponsorship and publicity for the Mack Trucks Quilpie Centenary Cup. These highly anticipated centenary celebrations on May 6 2017...
House of Communications has been working with the Environment Protection Authority on the Bin Trim program. The Bin Trim Business Grants Program funds organisations to carry out waste assessments for small and medium-sized businesses.