Meghan Marie Hanrahan

Executive Director of MS Programs

Graduate Business Programs

Meghan Hanrahan serves as the Executive Director of MS Programs at the UConn School of Business.  Meghan provides program leadership, career management, and operation oversight to all School of Business specialized master’s programs, including Accounting, Business Analytics and Project Management, Financial Risk Management, and Human Resource Management.

Meghan has a long association with UConn. She earned both her undergraduate and graduate degrees from UConn and began her professional career with the School of Business in 2004. For a decade, she managed the undergraduate business majors at the Regional Campuses. In 2014, Meghan transitioned to Associate Director of Student Services at UConn Hartford. She provided leadership in various functions, including Dean of Students, Community Standards, Disability Services, and Orientation Services. In 2016, Meghan returned to the School of Business as Director of the MS in Business Analytics and Project Management (MSBAPM) program in downtown Hartford and Stamford. As Director, she managed a very successful revenue program and supported over 450+ graduate students recruited worldwide.  With a vision and commitment to offer first-in-class experiences, including data challenges, hackathons, corporate capstone projects, networking, career placement, and alumni events—the student profile and rankings are now among the best. Meghan’s strong institutional knowledge, management experience, academic and student affairs knowledge, program development skills, and commitment to providing the best service possible to students, faculty, and staff make her a valuable asset to graduate business education. Meghan also enjoys teaching, coaching youth basketball and spending quality time with her family-  husband JP, son Jack and daughter Julia.

Contact Information
Phone(860) 728-2445
Mailing AddressGraduate Business Learning Center 100 Constitution Plaza Hartford, CT 06103
Office LocationGraduate Business Learning Center, Room 410
CoursesOPIM 5500, Field Study Internship for MSBAPM graduate students