Meghan Gieske

Administrative Assistant, Fiat Program, and Science & Religion Initiative

301 Geddes Hall

Meghan joined the McGrath team in 2019 and primarily provides administrative support for the Science & Religion Initiative as well as the Fiat Program on Faith and Mental Health.

Meghan holds undergraduate degrees in Catholic Studies and Music from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN and a master’s degree in Piano Performance from The Catholic University of America. Her musical endeavors have taken her to a wide variety of performance venues around the United States and Europe. Highlights include performing for the canonization Mass of St. Junipero Serra during Pope Francis’ 2015 visit to the U.S., as well as concerts at embassies and soup kitchens in Washington, D.C. with the CUA Symphony Orchestra.

Meghan resides in Mishawaka with her husband, Ben, and children, Blaise and Desi. When she’s not chasing small children (and sometimes when she is), Meghan enjoys playing piano and viola, reading, long-distance running, and singing in the Gregorian chant & polyphony schola at St. Joseph’s parish in Mishawaka, where she and her family are parishioners.