Meghan Carreau has a background in creative advertising in New York with 6 years agency experience as an Art Director and Product Designer for Fortune 500 companies. A graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design, Meghan’s leadership qualities stem from practical design-thinking principals. In 2016 she left the advertising world to co-found the mission driven food and tech company, TuckrBox. TuckrBox is the first farm-to-lunchbox meal delivery for kids and was founded with the mission to create a healthier generation through food and technology.
In March of 2016 Meghan was one of 16 designers chosen from a global applicant pool to participate in class 3 of Googles incubator program, called Google 30 Weeks. While there, she learned from top tech moguls how to rapidly ideate, validate and iterate — and left a changed designer, with pitch deck and product exploding with potential. In May of 2016 Meghan won the New York App Idea Awards for TuckrBox at General Assembly, affording the company $70k in app design and development. TuckrBox is launching in September of 2017 in New York City.
Meghan is an active community member of Food and Tech Connect, Camp Campbell, Lesbians Who Tech, AIGA NY, The Art Directors Club, Foodstand and Slow Food NYC.