Megan Zemke


Megan Zemke is a paralegal with more than 20 years of experience in government, legal and legislative environments. Megan specializes in energy law and has worked with attorneys, lawmakers, and government councils on complex projects related to energy regulations. She has also managed the development of several energy-related programs in Ohio.
Professional & Community Activities
  • Substitute Elementary School Teacher, Anglo American School of Moscow, 2005-2006
  • College Page, Ohio Senate, 1993-1996
  • Columbus Reads Tutor, South Mifflin Elementary School
  • Junior Achievement Advisor, Sandusky, Ohio
Awards & Recognition
  • Recipient, Franklin Award for superior performance in customer service, innovation, teamwork, crisis management and negotiation, US Embassy/Moscow, 2006
  • The Ohio State University (B.A., political science and women’s studies, 1998)
  • USDA Graduate School (Introduction to Law for Paralegals; Immigration Law; Introductory Russian; Administrative Law and Procedure)