Meaghan E. Mundy
Assistant Dean, Student Empowerment, Engagement, and Development
Meaghan Mundy, Assistant Dean of Student Empowerment, Engagement, and Development (SEED), has “bloomed” at Peabody several times over the last 30 years and continues to deepen her roots here through her current work in the Dean’s Office. Meaghan is a triple ‘Dore, having received three degrees from Vanderbilt:
B.S. (1992), Human and Organizational Development
M.Ed. (1995), Human Development Counseling
Ph.D. (2003), Leadership and Policy Studies
Meaghan’s work in student affairs began in 1995, where she led the Vanderbilt Office of Volunteer Activities for three years. As Meaghan began her doctoral studies in 1998, she focused her work on service-learning, experiential education, student development, and co-curricular engagement. Meaghan also served as a Master Teaching Fellow through the Center for Teaching (2001-2002). Meaghan has taught extensively in the HOD program throughout her graduate studies and as an adjunct for 10 years. She was also an adjunct faculty member at Belmont University and taught in the adult degree program prior to returning to Vanderbilt. Meaghan is a certified CliftonStrengths coach and promotes a positive psychology orientation in her diverse talent development work.
Her loves are mornings, writing, walking, nature, quality time with family (and friends like family), and her dog Tractor!