Megan Markle

Megan is a junior at Grove City College majoring in Political Science. On campus, Megan serves as Junior Class President for Student Government Association, a Student Ambassador for the Admission’s office and as a student leader for ICO Jamaica. She is a member of the Alpha Beta Tau Sorority, Orientation Board, International Justice Mission, and The Student and Faculty Academic Integrity Committee.

In the summer of 2020, Megan served as an intern for Pennsylvania State Representative Jim Struzzi. This experience allowed her to interact with constituents, work on state legislation, and gain valuable incite into the functions of state and local governments.

In the summer of 2021, Megan served as an intern in the Indiana County District Attorney’s Office under the leadership of District Attorney Robert Manzi. This opportunity allowed Megan to explore her passion for criminal law. Throughout the internship, Megan gained valuable knowledge of the criminal justice system and its workings. She also worked alongside District Attorney Manzi to develop an Elder Abuse Prevention task force to protect the residents of Indiana County.

Upon graduation, Megan hopes to attend law school and study criminal law with the goal of becoming a prosecutor. In her spare time, Megan likes to travel, explore new coffee shops, and read the latest novels.

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