Megan Cyrulewski has been writing short stories ever since she was ten-years-old. After attending Grand Valley State University, Megan eventually settled into a career in the non-profit sector for eight years. She decided to change careers and went back to school to get her law degree from Thomas M. Cooley Law School. While in school, she documented her divorce, domestic violence abuse, child custody battle and postpartum depression struggles in her memoir, Who Am I?, which was published by Black Opal Books in August 2014.
In 2015, Megan opened her own Mediation practice, which primarily focuses on divorce, child custody and domestic violence cases. Megan is on 11 court-appointed lists throughout the state of Michigan. She is a member of the American Bar Association Dispute Resolution section, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts and Troy Chamber of Commerce. Throughout her professional career, she has given many speeches and seminars on topics such as domestic violence, leadership, women in business, volunteerism and mental health issues such as anxiety, depression and postpartum depression.
Megan also volunteers in her community and was a Board Member for Leadership Troy and Troy Youth Association. Currently, she is a Board Member at Detroit Country Day School where her 7-year-old daughter attends school.