Meghan started her Public Relations career as a Public Relations representative for Redman Communications in Bethesda, Maryland working directly with the media on product placement on the local news, newspapers and various outlets, press release writing, coordinating publications and photography placement for clients and specializing in various other PR services. In 2006, Meghan took on the role as Director of Public Relations for two international charities, Foundation for a Drug Free World and Youth for Human Rights. Overall, Meghan organized, planned and managed more than 450 events in the New York areas. These events included: charity galas, fundraisers, dinners, tours, press conferences, concerts, summits at the United Nations, conferences, symposiums, release parties, staged readings, radio shows, foreign presentations and official meetings, exhibits, photographic exhibits, rallies, marches, breakfasts/luncheons, and numerous other event productions. During her tenure as PR director as these charities, she also worked with celebrity/entertainment endorsement and hosting, as well as presented at public events to audiences of several hundred on more than 100 occasions. Her public relations work has been covered in such publications as the New York Daily News, Bayside Times, Whitestone Times, ADA National Newsletter, Harlem World, Bronx Times and others. Since founding Meghan Fialkoff Event Productions, she has also expanded her work into social media and web page copy, coordination and promotion. She planned a humanitarian medical trip to Havana, Cuba for a NY dental educational group, and has done event/public relations consulting with such organizations as: US Census Bureau, Puerto Rican Day Parade, Israeli Artists United, Fight for Kids, 3i Implant Symposium, Puerto Rico Dental Society, Spanish American Medical Dental Society, Actress Dana Berger, Author Services, NY Rescue Workers Detox Project, UN Society of Writers, HI Construction Corp and the Hippodrome Foundation. She has conducted PR consulting for Theatre including the Off-Broadway play "Poor of New York." Meghan still works with YFHR and FDFW charities as NY Director on a charitable basis. She also is on the board as Event Consultant for iVolunteer and Event Core Committe for JCorps and is an ongoing contributor to the Alpha Epsilon Phi Foundation of which she is a member of the national sisterhood/organization. Meghan graduated in 2006 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Public Relations from the University of Maryland.