Meghan Seeberger graduated magna cum laude from Pace University, New York City with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Minor in Statistics.

During her undergraduate career, Ms. Seeberger completed two econometric research papers. From these research papers, she received awards and honors, including the Elizabeth Lott Memorial Award in Economics, the Society of Fellows Excellence in Economic Research , and induction into Pace University’s Society of Fellows. In her first paper, she analyzed international macroeconomic data to estimate how the socioeconomic status of a country’s female population affects the country’s economic wellbeing. Her second research paper analyzed how the growing use of e-cigarettes has affected mortality rates among smokers in the United States. She presented this research at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas’ 2018 Economic Scholars Program conference.