Meadow Rue Merrill started out as a small-town reporter, corresponded for The Boston Globe, wrote parenting essays for The New York Times, and served as a contributing editor at Down East magazine. She graduated from Gordon College with a B.A. in English and holds an M.Ed. in Literacy for Writing and the Teaching of Writing from the University of Maine at Orono.
“My favorite speaker was Meadow Rue Merrill. Out of all of the guest speakers, her story had me sitting on the edge of my seat,” Lauren, a student at the University of Maine at Augusta.
“Meadow Rue Merrill is the real deal. She is transparent about her struggles and broken dreams, but what comes through as she speaks is her deep-rooted faith in God, who gets her through each day’s challenges. Meadow brings a gentle yet powerful reminder that we are not alone, and inspires us to keep moving forward… no matter what,” Vicki Corrington, professional certified coach and conference speaker.
“Meadow is an amazing speaker who will keep you engaged from the first word to the last. Leaves you wanting more,” Jennifer Boguhn, Celebrate Recovery Minister North East.
To schedule Meadow to speak at your event, send her an email.