Megan Shiverdecker is the development coordinator at PERC. Originally from Cincinnati, Megan traveled down south for undergrad where she received a BA in Biological Sciences from Clemson University. Post-graduation, she moved to Montana for a little adventure and fell in love with the Big Sky/Bozeman area. After a few years in Big Sky, Megan returned to school and earned a Dual Masters in Environmental Studies and Public Administration from the College of Charleston. Missing the mountains, she moved back to Bozeman to search for a job that would allow her to combine her passion for conservation and knowledge gained through her time in school. Megan was excited to find PERC and is thrilled to be working for an organization that produces meaningful and long-lasting conservation outcomes. In her spare time, Megan enjoys biking, hiking, camping, skiing and anything else that allows her to experience the beauty that Montana has to offer.