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Meghan Truckey is an anthropologist and museum studies professional with a focus in registration, collections management, and zooarchaeology. Meghan grew up in Wisconsin and attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she earned a BS in anthropology and zoology. While working toward her undergraduate degree, she began interning with the campus zoological and anthropological museums. The work she completed at those two museums convinced her to pursue an advanced degree in museum studies. After graduation, she moved to Washington, DC, where she attended The George Washington University and earned an MA in anthropology and museum training. During this time, she also interned at the Smithsonian and the British Museum. Following graduate school, Meghan was a museum technician in the Zoology Department at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science and then senior collections manager and museum registrar at the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology. In 2019, Meghan moved back to Denver and returned to the Museum as registrar.
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