ABOUT the FOUNDER

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Meghan Enriquez is the Founder and CEO of TRUE Conversations LLC, host of the True Conversations podcast, and Founding member of Asian Business Collective for Women. Meghan has always been in positions where communication and engagement has been key, and thrives on heart to heart connections.

Meghan served as an Intervention Director at Johns Hopkins University for a clinical trial, and is a mother of two. This Millennial, Asian American entrepreneur who came to America as an infant adoptee earned bachelors in both Exercise Science and Psychology from Slippery Rock University. At age 22, Meghan went on to speak at state wide conferences and on a nationally broadcasted radio station for the American College of Sports Medicine.

Soon after the birth of her second child Meghan had what she calls a face plant moment, which ignited her to create True Conversations™.

As an infant adoptee from South Korea, she believes that in order to bridge the gaps between many of the divides that are stagnating social transformation today, we need to help leaders learn how to have more true conversations as well as support who they have to become in order to be able to hold space for differences and collaboration.

She is highly sought after to speak with, train and interview a variety of audiences from student leaders to experienced professionals around the most stigmatized, diverse, issues of today and how having more true conversations for understanding can change the world. Meghan is a leading example of living a fulfilling life, creating your own path, embracing your differences and loving people where they are.

She has developed TRUE Conversations ©

Listen to Meghan on Creative Studio podcast talk about why True Conversations opened up a podcast network for all sides of the table to be heard.

Listen to Meghan on Radio talk about her experience as an adoptee from Korea and how it led to living a life of gratitude

Hear an interview with Meghan explain why she began True and what life event was the catalyst