Born and raised New Orleans, Louisiana, Megan Moser moved to Birmingham, Alabama to attend Birmingham-Southern College in 2015. She graduated cum laude with a degree in psychology. As an undergraduate, Megan served as the President of Alpha Chi Omega Sorority, captain of the Women’s Soccer Team, and Treasurer of Psi Chi. She was also a member of Alpha Lambda Delta and Mortar Board and a volunteer coach at NorthStar Soccer Ministries. After serving with Impact America, Megan plans to pursue a master’s degree in industrial and organizational psychology. 

What do you like to do for fun? 

I love to spend quality time with close family and friends. I love outdoor activities, especially hiking! I also love music and I am a huge concert/festival goer. I have attended Jazz Fest, Hangout Fest, Bayou Country Super Fest, De Luna Fest, Voodoo, and Buku!

What was your most meaningful service experience or extracurricular activity in college and why?

My most meaningful service experience was my sophomore year in college when I went on a service-learning trip to Cuba over our winter term. For two weeks we travelled in rural areas of Cuba, Camaguey and Guiamaro, building outdoor pavilions for local Methodist churches to conduct their services, as well as the more touristy destinations, Trinidad and Havana. It was truly an experience in which we all served each other through making lifelong bonds and learning from one another. The language barrier was not even an issue because we were all so fascinated to compare cultures, which differ drastically between Cuba and the United States. 

What is your biggest strength?

I believe my biggest strength is being a good listener. I always do my best to not only hear, but truly listen to people when they talk. Communication is key to building relationships!

What’s something most people don’t know about you?

Most people don’t know this, but I hate watermelon!