Meg Ferris McReynolds
Senior Program Officer
Meg Ferris McReynolds is a Senior Program Officer in the Office of Federal/State Partnership, where she works with the network of NEH-funded state humanities councils. She received a master’s of library science from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2015 and a master’s degree in art history from American University in 2008. While at American University, she focused on nineteenth and early twentieth-century European art and wrote a study of Alphonse Mucha’s posters of Sarah Bernhardt. She has also co-curated two 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. Prior to joining NEH, McReynolds worked at the National Gallery of Art.