Megan Pormer is a spokesmodel, health and beauty advocate, television personality, socialite, actress, businesswoman.
Megan Pormer was raised in the United Kingdom. At the age of 5, she was chosen as one of the youngest ever representatives for Children’s Rights at the United Nations. Becoming involved with United Nations at an early age raised her awareness about worldwide suffering and fueled her ambitions to pursue a career in health science.
Megan was accepted to the University of Birmingham at 16 years of age and went on to pursue a Ph.D in Medical Engineering from the prestigious Imperial College London. After relocating to Los Angeles, Megan worked with a genetic testing company with the goal of raising global awareness of this innovative new technology.
In addition to her work in the medical engineering field, Megan has also appeared as the Cover girl for Women’s Health May 2017 Issue, as well as the Cover girl for renowned health, beauty and love magazine Cosmoplitan’s June 2017 issue as an exemplary endorsement of what they admire in her avocations. Megan also has years of experience in the entertainment industry. She started modeling at the age of 14 and appeared in a number of international campaigns that were featured in Vogue, Dark Beauty and Fashion Couture Magazine. In 2013, she made her acting debut in Renegade Alliance: The Clean Up and went on to land roles in The Ladies Room and the critically acclaimed, award-winning Iranian film, For The Birds, which was considered for the 87th Annual Academy Awards Short Film Category.
Megan has successfully combined her areas of expertise by using her platform in the entertainment industry to spread the word about the effect that genetic testing can have on preventative healthcare during appearances on top-rated shows including Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Botched on the E! Network.
She was the first to take the conversation surrounding genetic testing to the red carpet, pioneering the propagation of the discussion around preventative healthcare in the mainstream media. Recently, Megan conducted an emotional interview with Star Wars director JJ Abrams about screening The Force Awakens for cancer patients, which was picked up by many major media outlets, including Entertainment Tonight and Just Jared.
Currently, Megan is based in Los Angeles and works as a correspondent for several beauty and health media outlets. In January 2017, she was chosen for her beauty, education and influence to become the spokesmodel of the international skincare brand, Skinue, beating out over 2,000 other models.