Music and performance have always been a part of Megan's life. She first performed in her home church in Michigan at the age of two. She has never left the stage since. Currently, Megan enjoys singing, songwriting, acting and motivational speaking.

Megan's passion for ministry and for sharing the Gospel through the field of entertainment is her driving force. Because of the talents God has given Megan, she has been able to share His love and His mercy to people all around her. She has had the privilege to lead praise and worship at local churches for teens and children, has performed and spoke for non-profit organizations, been involved in local outreach ministries, has worked on several film and television projects and has choreographed and directed children's musicals at her local church. Because of her strong leadership and organizational skills, she has interned at local businesses in radio and film and churches in the Children's and Youth Departments. In December 2012, she graduated from Southeastern University's online program with a major in Practical Theology and a minor in Children's Ministries. Megan received her license to preach through the Assemblies of God in January of 2014 and was ordained in 2017.


Megan was thrilled when she opened the business What HE Sees. It is a ministry celebrating God's unending love. The ministry is based on 1 Samuel 16:7b, "For the Lord does not see as man sees, for man looks at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart." Megan explains, "This ministry is meant to show people the unconditional love that God has given each of us and help us to look at ourselves through His eyes. We look at ourselves and see imperfection but God sees more than that." What HE Sees will branch out into many different ministries as the Lord expands the business to include a Youth and Chlldren's Department.

Megan was the Associate Producer and Script Supervisor on an independent film, Turkles and worked on the independent film All That You Can't Leave Behind as Production Coordinator. Megan has been involved with the movies To Write Love on Her Arms, The Perfect Game and StepUp Revolution as well as the television show The Glades. She also acted and wrote a song for the short film Sea of Chances which screened at the 168 Film Festival in Los Angeles.

Megan is currently writing new music and looking forward to heading into the studio to record. Her music can be heard online at Reverbnation.com, Sound Cloud, Indiemusicchannel.com, Our stage.com, and iTunes. For more information on Megan visit her fan page on Facebook at Facebook.com/Megan McCloud's Official Fan Page.