Meg Ferris McReynolds
Program Officer, Federal/State Partnership
Meg joined the staff of NEH and Federal/State Partnership as a Program Analyst in August 2010 and was promoted to a Program Officer in June 2014. Prior to joining NEH, Meg worked at the National Gallery of Art in the department of Exhibition Programs, assisting in the production of educational materials for special exhibitions. She received a Masters degree in Art History from American University and a Bachelors degree in Art/Art History and French from Goucher College. While at American University Meg wrote two qualifying papers: one a study of Alphonse Mucha’s posters of Sarah Bernhardt, the other an overview of Frida Kahlo’s self-portraiture. She also has co-curated two art exhibitions: “The (Real) Art World” at the American University Museum and “Hand-Made” at the Mansion at Strathmore in conjunction with the Washington Sculptors Group. Meg is currently working on an MLS degree with a specialization in Archives at the University of Maryland, College Park.