Join David and Megan as they discuss what the future of career services, higher education, and lifelong learning might look like, with a particular focus on the role career services will play going forward. You’ll walk away with strategic insights and practical advice for scaling the impact of career services.
Megan O’Connor is an entrepreneur and operator focusing on solving complex problems related to education and the future of work. Megan recently joined the team at Chegg to grow Chegg Skills as the Head of Strategic Partnerships and expand the company’s footprint in the skills-based learning space. Prior to Chegg, O’Connor was Entrepreneur in Residence at Kaplan Test Prep and the founder and CEO of Clark (acquired by Noodle). Clark provides educators with economic opportunities by giving them software tools to start tutoring businesses and prior to its acquisition was funded by leading venture investors, including Light Speed Venture Partners.
O’Connor is also a venture partner at New York based startup studio Human Ventures, on the Impact Advisory Committee of Apollo Capital’s Impact Fund and on the Advisory Board of Kinvolved. She has an MPA from NYU’s Wagner School of Public Service and a BA from Santa Clara University.