Meghan Brunaugh

Co-Founder

Meghan formulated the concept for C2C during her pursuit of her MBA, which she completed through the University of Connecticut in 2011. While at UConn, she became involved with the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV), assisting disabled veterans in working to launch their own businesses. This opportunity, coupled with her experience as an Education Services Officer and a College Admissions Officer, gave rise to a company founded to help returning servicemembers find the best educational programs for their needs, and maintain that same level of support throughout their program until subsequent employment is achieved.

Meghan graduated from the U.S Coast Guard Academy in 2003, with a B.S. in Government.  She was first assigned to the USCGC Munro, home ported in Alameda, California, as Deck Watch Officer. On Board, she also served as Support Services Officer and Assistant Navigator during a six-month deployment to the Northern Arabian Gulf with Navy Expeditionary Strike Group Five in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.  In 2005, she reported to New Orleans, Louisiana as Law Enforcement and Training Coordinator for the Coast Guard’s Eight District.  In addition, she served through Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in the Integrated Command Post Alexandria.  In July 2007, she was transferred to the Coast Guard Academy Admissions Office as Program Manager for the Preparatory School Outreach Program as Diversity and Outreach Coordinator. Her personal awards include the Coast Guard Achievement Medal, the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, and the Humanitarian Service Medal.

Meghan currently resides in South Bend, IN with her 3 children and husband, an active duty Lieutenant in the Coast Guard.