Megan Hink was raised in the Kansas City area in a "real estate" family. Her family owned a winter home in the "Valley of the Sun" and she has been familiar with the Phoenix area since her early childhood and has a keen interest in the history of the area and its growth.
Megan attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. After graduation, she thrived in sales and marketing as a representative for one of the Nation's largest healthcare corporations, building annual sales in her multi-state region to over $20,000,000. She received many accolades for her sales successes and served at the corporate level on the President's Advisory Committee and on the Diversity Council.
Megan and her family are passionate about Arizona and its gracious lifestyle and enjoy supporting their community. Megan was active in the Junior League of Phoenix for over ten years and co-chaired the publishing committee of the League's very popular cookbook. She currently sits on the Phoenix Women's Board of the Steele Children's Research Center at the University of Arizona.
Megan's husband is a native Arizonan, a local attorney, avid golfer and member of the Scottsdale Charros. They have two daughters and live in Scottsdale.