Meghan Mette Legal Assistant |

meghan@bromberglaw.com

Meghan joined Bromberg, Kohler Maya & Petre, PLLC in July of 2017.

Before beginning her work at the firm, she lived in Germany on a Fulbright scholarship, teaching English and volunteering with refugees in the Frankfurt area through organizations such as World Vision, the Red Cross, and AWO. She also interned at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, where she helped to educate the public about past and current humanitarian crises. Meghan also has two years of experience volunteering at the Nord Center in Lorain, OH, where she worked as an advocate for sexual assault survivors.

Meghan graduated from Oberlin College in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in History and a minor in German language studies. She spent a summer abroad in Berlin, Germany in 2014 enrolled in a language immersion course, and took a gap year between high school and college to live in Cork, Ireland, where she studied music. In her spare time she enjoys playing fiddle and banjo in the traditions of both American old time and bluegrass, as well as Irish traditional music. Meghan is a native English speaker fluent in German and familiar with Spanish.