Meagan Bowling-Fudge serves as the Director of Student Information Systems Initiatives at the University of Arkansas Fort Smith. In her role as a Project Manager she is responsible for leading UAFS through the statewide UA System implementation of the Workday Student platform under the direction of the University of Arkansas System.
Meagan holds a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing (2012) from the University of Arkansas Fort Smith, a Masters of Public Administration (2017) from Arkansas State University, and is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Education in Higher Education Administration through the University of Mississippi. She began her career in Higher Education at UAFS in 2013 in Admissions & Recruitment and has also worked with Enrollment Management, Dual Enrollment, and Student Success and Retention, and most recently served as the 2021 UAFS Staff Senate President. Through her personal and professional experiences Meagan developed a passion for female mentorship and leadership, public service, and education.
She is a graduate of Leadership Fort Smith (2018) and has served her community as a volunteer with Susan G. Komen and as a mentor in the local public schools. She previously served as the collegiate Advisory Team Chairman for her sorority, Delta Gamma, and currently serves as President for her local alumnae chapter. She is also a member of the Emerge Arkansas state advisory cabinet and the 2022-2023 Delta Gamma Fraternity Alumnae Advisory Board.
Meagan, a native Arkansan, currently resides in Fort Smith with her husband, Dr. Daniel Fudge, an Assistant Professor at the University of the Ozarks.