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Ms. Megan Palmer is Senior Analyst at the Research Institute for European and American Studies (RIEAS) based in Athens, Greece. Recently, she is second semester of the National Security Master of Science program at the University of New Haven located in Connecticut, USA. Prior to her masters, she graduated from Southern New Hampshire University with a Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies with a concentration in Homeland Security and Terrorism.

Ms. Megan Palmer graduated from SNHU with Magna Cum Laude honors and as a first-generation college student. While at SNHU, she was apart of the NCAA Division II Women’s Volleyball Team, took part in the study abroad program in Athens, Greece for a semester and she began as an intern for RIEAS as well as was an intern at New Hampshire Homeland Security and Emergency Management where she gained 14 emergency management certifications through FEMA.

Ms. Megan Palmer research interests have typically involved the ongoing conflicts in the Middle East with Muslim affiliated terrorist organizations. But she has had a lot of exploration in the private security world and aviation security. Her internship publication at RIEAS is on “Transportation Security Administration (TSA): Issues, Successes, and Solutions.”

Ms. Megan Palmer is currently employed with Securitas Critical Infrastructure Services in the private security world working at various aerospace defense companies, while completing her master’s at UNH and last year of sports on the UNH NCAA Division II Women’s Volleyball Team.

Ms. Megan Palmer plans to gain federal employment in a security related agency in the U.S. or join the military as an officer.

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