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Megan J Faykosh

Business Solutions Architect

An Analytical Mind Focused on Optimization

For pretty much my entire life I've been told I "think too much" and "analyze" everything. I used to feel my overly analytical mind was a curse, but I've come to see it as a blessing in my career. With over a decade of experience, I've honed my skills in using strategic and analytical thinking to guide improvements in everything that I do.

My curiosity fuels constant learning and expanding expertise. I excel at optimizing processes, roles, and efficiencies through analysis and empathy. I now focus my analytical mindset and passion for improvement on enabling organizations to reach their full potential. My superpowers are in leading teams to implement solutions that propel progress in a collaborative way.


My Objective

Lead enterprises in building high-performing teams, optimizing operations, and successfully strengthening internal frameworks across people, processes, and technology. 


Certified SAFe 6 Architect

Certified Scrum Master

Product Management Certificate


English (native)

German (Professional working proficiency)

February 2024 –

Process Solutions Architect

Integrated Solutions by Megan, LLC contract with 
Deluxe Corporation,
Atlanta, GA

January 2024 –

Business Solutions Architect, Business Owner

Integrated Solutions by Megan, LLC

Minneapolis, MN 

November 2022 – September 2023

UX DesignOps and Program Manager

Deluxe Corporation,
Minneapolis, MN

February 2022 – September 2022

Marketing Operations Consultant

Allina Health, 
Minneapolis, MN 

June 2021 – January 2022

Operations Consultant,
Sr. Project Manager

Minneapolis, MN

March 2021 – June 2021

Sr. Digital Project Manager

Wells Fargo, In-House Agency
Minneapolis, MN

September 2019 – February 2021

Sr. Integrated Project Manager

Adventure Creative Group, Minneapolis, MN

December 2018 – September 2019

Sr. Project Manager and Operations Consultant

Self-Employed Contractor

October 2016 – December 2018

Sr. Integrated Project Manager

Minneapolis, MN

July 2016 – October 2016

Sr. Project Manager (Contract)

Little & Company, Minneapolis, MN

August 2014 –
June 2016

Sr. Digital Producer
Digital Project Manager

Minneapolis, MN

February 2014 – August 2014

Project Manager
Studio Coordinator

Ogilvy & Mather,
Chicago, IL 

February 2013 – February 2014

Digital Asset Manager
Assoc. Program Manager

Chicago, IL

July 2012 – November 2012

Creative Resource Coordinator

Leo Burnett, 
Chicago, IL


April 2011 – July 2012

Art Coordinator

Recycled Paper Greetings 
(American Greetings), 
Chicago, IL


January 2011 – April 2011

Executive Assistant (Contract)

Poetry Foundation
+ Poetry Magazine,
Chicago, IL


February 2008 – November 2010 
November 2005 – April 2007 

Travel Consultant & Solutions Specialist

RailEurope, Rosemont, IL


April 2007–February 2008

Flight Attendant, L.o.D

Delta Airlines, 
Atlanta, GA 


Board Member

May 2019 - June 2024


PAWS Chicago

Level II Volunteer, Trainer & Adoption Counselor

2012 – 2014

As a volunteer, I provided an excellent customer experience for potential adopters, helped keep the center and animal suites clean, helped potential adopters meet animals and provided them with pet education, information and resources to help them find their perfect match.


Served as a Lead Volunteer and helped train or guide “Level 1” volunteers and ensured that Kitty City etiquette was followed.

Clifton Strengths

Enthusiastic about researching and testing out technologies, methodologies, and best practices to identify new ways to drive impact.

Floating Cats

I’m a thinker and love to consider all the possibilities. I tend to look at things from all angles and connect insights in meaningful ways. I have been known to bring creative perspectives to the table that influence strategies and decisions

Continuously gathering knowledge and staying on top of emerging trends, innovations, and best practices that can be applied to move the organization forward.

I find retrospectives to be extremely valuable. Having an understanding of what worked and did not work informs where we should go. 

 I am data-driven.  When reviewing data, I search for patterns and connections and want to understand the story it’s telling.  

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