Managing Director, Aon
Megan is a Managing Director within the Catastrophe Risk Analytics Group at Aon in Southfield, MI. Megan works primarily on catastrophe model evaluation and customization, leveraging her extensive experience in understanding natural hazard occurrence and associated property damage to find a best-fit solution for her clients. She works with a range of model vendors on all natural catastrophe perils with a primary focus on North America, but has international model experience as well.
Megan has had the opportunity to go on a number of post-event reconnaissance trips to see firsthand the damage inflicted by a range of perils and uses this information to help clients plan for future events (events that may not have occurred in the recent past but certainly could occur in the future). More recently, Megan has been working on quantifying the impact of climate change on natural hazard frequency and severity to assist clients in understanding their risk and prepare for the future.
Megan holds a Bachelor’s Degree and Ph.D. in
Civil Engineering with a focus on Structural Engineering, both from the University of Notre Dame. Her graduate research focused on stochastic simulation, data-driven models and wind engineering.