Megan Fox is the associate vice president of knowledge management at JFF. She oversees the development and implementation of systems that gather and make use of the intellectual content generated by JFF and our partners. She plays key roles in many internal knowledge-sharing and strategic planning initiatives.
Her skills and areas of expertise include:
- Knowledge management
- Higher education
- Library instruction and science
- Information literacy
- Business and strategy development
Before joining JFF, Fox served as associate director for technology and special projects at Simmons University. She also held an adjunct faculty position in the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at Simmons.
- Bachelor’s degree in history and literature, Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut
- Master’s degree in literature, Boston College
- Master’s degree in library and information science, Simmons University, Boston