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19 December . 2017

Meet Megan Shaver, Hollyhock’s new Lifestyle Director

As Hollyhock’s new Lifestyle Director, Megan Shaver’s top priority is helping residents have fun, all the while building connections with each other and enjoying healthy benefits.

Megan comes to Hollyhock from Textron Aviation, a Kansas-based maker of corporate and private jets. She sees many similarities in her experience organizing trade show events and social activities for Textron, and her new job at Hollyhock.

“I loved event planning and creating a positive and fulfilling experience for customers at my previous job,” Megan said. “At Hollyhock, I see the residents as my new customers, and I want to make sure everyone has a wonderful time. Hollyhock is such a growing and thriving community, it will be exciting to see new and familiar faces throughout the year.”

A Texas native, Megan said that the opportunity to return to her home state for a new job was another enticement. She earned a bachelor of business administration degree from Oklahoma State University, and has volunteer experience with groups including Junior Achievement of Kansas.

Megan has a full, fun year of events planned for Hollyhock, including a back-to-school post-holiday brunch for moms, a community fitness challenge, a Valentine card-making event for kids, and an Earth Day party.

“Art and fitness will be two recurring themes we will focus on for events at Hollyhock,” she said. “We’ll also have plenty of other types of events, from wine tasting classes to family-friendly painting parties, for all residents to enjoy.”

Megan will be working from the Fields House community center on most weekdays. “I look forward to meeting all Hollyhock residents at our upcoming events, and I would love it if residents and future residents stopped by Fields House to say ‘hello.’”