Megan Alyssa Fletcher

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Student Worker, Enrolled@NCSU

Biography

Megan Alyssa Fletcher is a PhD student in the Communication, Rhetoric and Digital Media program as well as an instructor of Communication and Interdisciplinary studies at North Carolina State University. Originally from Massachusetts, Megan moved to Raleigh to pursue her Masters Degree in Communication Studies. Megan’s primary scholarly interests include feminist theory, intimate partner violence, social justice, and education. Megan's most recent research focuses on the use of narrative resistance as a feminist intervention in intimate partner violence. She hopes to combine all of her passions in order to become a caring and impactful educator and researcher.

Publications

Fletcher, M. A. (2018). We to Me: An Autoethnographic Discovery of Self, In and Out of Domestic Abuse. Women's Studies in Communication41(1), 42-59.

Responsibilities

Communications Specialist, Foster Family Alliance of North Carolina (FFA-NC).

Education

  • B.A. in Communication and Media Studies from Bridgewater State University, 2013
  • M.S. in Communication Studies from North Carolina State University, 2016
  • Ph.D. in Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media from North Carolina State University, 2021 (expected)