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Meagan Thompson

Financial Manager
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Meagan (Meg) Thompson is the Financial Manager for the Institute for Studies of Religion. With more than ten years of experience in accounting, Meg has worked the majority of her professional career in public accounting as a tax accountant; however, she was also a controller for an insurance adjusting firm. Meg holds her Bachelors of Business Administration in Accounting from Texas Tech University in (Lubbock, Texas) where she also, mostly, grew up. She is encouraged by the mission of Baylor University and is excited to be a part of the Institute for Studies of Religion. Meg and her husband, Aaron, enjoy living in Texas and getting involved in the community rather it be thru work, their children, their church or other Waco community involvement. Meg and Aaron have three daughters that they enjoy raising in Woodway and they are delighted to call Antioch Community Church their church home.