Megha Fernandes works with Do Big Things clients to manage and moderate their social media platforms, and works closely with the technology team on reporting, content and email production.
Most recently, Megha worked as the executive assistant at 270 Strategies, an advance associate for Hillary for America, and as the public engagement coordinator at the New Memphis Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to growing and developing Memphis through activating and retaining talent. She also served as a fellow at the Center for Outreach in the Development of the Arts (CODA), creating community service projects that incorporated music and the arts into Memphis schools, and served as the director of publicity for The Bridge, the first student-run street newspaper in the country committed to serving the homeless population by creating sustainable incomes through writing and selling the paper.
Megha loves trying new brunch spots in Washington, D.C., incorporating references to The Office into most conversations, and exploring (and Instagramming) the city. Though Mindy Kaling has never responded to her tweets, she believes they would be best friends if they ever met.
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