Meghan Ahearn

Meghan Ahearn

Meghan Ahearn is a fourth-year logistics and operations major from Trumbull, Connecticut who chose to attend The Ohio State University because of its size. Having seen her siblings attend other big schools like Alabama and Penn State, Meghan ultimately chose Ohio State after feeling welcomed at Fisher. 

Meghan began her academic career as an accounting major who eventually discovered a passion for operations and logistics, which led her to switch majors. Her involvement at Ohio State includes being a part of the Mount Leadership Society, which helped her meet people and create friends during her first two years on campus. She also joined Greek organizations, including Alpha Xi Delta, where she became vice president of member development. During her first year she worked as a student services assistant where she formed relationships with advisors and helped students. When COVID-19 started during her second year, Meghan served as a virtual Peer Impact Consultant (PIC), a role she holds today. 

As a PIC, Meghan meets with primarily first- and second-year students where she guides them in discovering and pursuing their interests through co-curricular and extra-curricular involvement within Fisher. She loves giving back to fellow students and to the community. She is excited this year for the in-person events available to all Fisher students. 

After her sophomore year, Meghan decided to study supply chain. She worked for the J.M. Smucker Company in its purchasing department. She spent her junior year working as a supply chain intern for Abercrombie & Fitch, where she has secured a post-graduate position as a supply chain analyst in the company’s leadership development program in Columbus. 

As for Meghan’s goals this year and beyond, she wants to give back and make an impact on newer classes and students by paying forward all the support she received as a student.