Megan Groh

Megan Groh is a graduate of the Full-time MBA Class of 2014. Prior to UCLA Anderson, Megan spent nine years as a Marine Corps aviator and two as a Marine Corps contractor, in San Diego. Throughout her two years at UCLA Anderson, she took a number of global management courses, including “Global Marketing Management” and “The Business of Healthcare: A Global Perspective.” Groh completed a summer internship at Ortho Clinical Diagnostics, a Johnson & Johnson company, where she designed the marketing channel strategy for the launch of a novel medical diagnostic device. During the spring quarter of her second year, she participated in the Global Immersion Program, “Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Macroeconomic Management, and Sustainable Development — Focus Israel.” Groh participated in the Net Impact Consulting Challenge, and was a member of Net Impact, Anderson Veterans’ Association and the Healthcare Business Association. Her Applied Management Research field study project was with Conservation International where her team developed a financial model to communicate potential investment returns within the Galapagos Lobster Fishery in Ecuador. The team was nominated for the Deloitte Consulting Award for Management Consulting Achievement and the Dean’s Award for the Best AMR Written Report.

Groh received her B.S. in English from the U.S. Naval Academy. She is a native of the United States and fluent in English and Japanese. Groh is transitioning into a career in marketing in Germany where she hopes to bring leading edge marketing tactics to a highly efficient and technically proficient German medical capital equipment company. She will be attending the Goethe Institut near Stuttgart for six months of German language instruction.