Megan Jordan received her B.S. in Sociology from Jacksonville State University in 2016. Her interests center-around environment, policy, labor, and culture. Megan’s undergraduate research explored social problems in popular music within the top charted summer songs of 2015. This research focused on problems of gender norms, the objectification of women, and identity within lyrics of popular hits. During her undergraduate career, Megan also took part in faculty research on iPad effectiveness in classroom teaching and learning within an Introductory Sociology class, and census research on 67 Alabama counties examining relationships between number of payday loan lenders and county demographics. In addition, she worked as a Union Organizing Intern for the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) observing issues of power, politics, and regional contrasts within a southern manufacturing plant.