Megan Lui ’10 Named New Alumnae Association President
Megan spent almost a decade on Morgan Stanley's trading floor as a part of its institutional equities sales team on the Corporate Access desk. In this role, she advised technology/media/telecom C-suite and investor relations teams on investor targeting, shareholder analysis, and marketing strategy. She organized non-deal roadshows and the largest annual tech conference on Wall Street to market tech companies to investors. In June 2023, she left Morgan Stanley to devote more time to her family and to a number of creative projects, including a novel inspired, in part, by some of the courses that she took at Brearley.
Megan joined Brearley in Class VI through the Prep for Prep program, as a part of Contingent XXV, and commuted every day from South Brooklyn to 610. Prior to that, she attended the Yung Wing School in Manhattan's Chinatown and the Mark Twain Intermediate School in Coney Island. During her time at Brearley, she co-founded the Business and Financial Awareness student organization, and served as co-head of the Asian Awareness student organization and Art Club. As a student, she could usually be found sketching away on the art floor or reading in the library after school. She graduated from Princeton in 2014 with an A.B. in Art and Archaeology, with a focus on the History of Art, as well as a certificate in Chinese Language and Culture. She lives in Manhattan with her husband Peter and is the sister of Sybil Lui ’13.