Megan Orcholski


Megan Orcholski has been a faculty member at Concordia College for the last five years in the Communication Studies Theater Arts Department specializing in the areas of public speaking, performance, and gender.  As an instructor, Megan focuses on developing confidence, voice and power through public speaking.  She is passionate about people and how they perform and communicate.  Megan publishes articles and occasionally blogs about issues effecting gender, race, class, LGBTQ rights, and education.  Additionally, Megan has been an Assistant Director of Forensics for Concordia’s nationally ranked competitive speech team, traveling across the country coaching interpretation events, teaching presentation skills and judging at tournaments.  Megan has a BA in Communication Studies/Theater Arts from North Central College and a Master’s Degree in Communication Studies emphasizing performance studies from Minnesota State University - Mankato.  You can contact Megan at

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