Megan Wagner is a Lobbyist at Brandeberry McKenna Public Affairs and has been a member of the team since 2008.
A graduate from Washington College in the State of Maryland with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Ms. Wagner began her career as a Legislative Assistant for Delegate Mary Roe Walkup from the Maryland House of Delegates. In 2006, Ms. Wagner worked for the Maryland Secretary of State under the term former Secretary R. Karl Aumann and former Secretary Mary D. Kane.
In 2015, Ms. Wagner worked with Council of State Government’s West (CSG West) to plan a three-day transportation forum in Colorado for legislators from all over the US. The forum provided a first hand look at recent transportation projects throughout the Denver’s metro region and a full day discussion forum with key transportation leaders.
In 2017, Ms. Wagner in conjunction with the Center For Infrastructure Improvement and the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce organized a briefing on the importance of Public Private Partnerships for the Public Affairs Council and members of the Colorado General Assembly.
Ms. Wagner is a graduate of Impact Denver, a leadership program administered by the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce.
Ms. Wagner lives in Denver with her husband Ben and cat Ralph.