Kerry McKeon

Kerry McKeon
  • Position:

    Lab Administrator
  • Education:
    B.A., Saint Michael's College, 2010
  • Biography

    Kerry joined MERL in 2017. She has her BA in Psychology and is currently pursuing a masters in Licensed Mental Health Counseling. Kerry has experience in various fields working as a service coordinator and developmental specialist with families and children. Her interests are in human development research, specifically on the impact of societal changes on development throughout the years.

  • News & Events

    •  EVENT   MERL Hosts Annual Women in Science Luncheon
      Date & Time: Tuesday, June 18, 2019; 12:00PM
      Speaker: Beverly Shultz
      MERL Contacts: Marissa Deegan; Kerry McKeon; Elizabeth Phillips
      Location: 201 Broadway, Cambridge, MA
      • MERL hosted its annual "Women In Science Luncheon" to celebrate and inspire the Lab's team of female researchers, PhD student interns and members of the HQ staff. Beverly Shultz, author of "Skip the Typing Test, I’ll Manage the Software-A Woman’s Pioneering Journey in High Tech” joined the event to share her insights as a successful female engineer, who brought passion and technology business acumen to the male-dominated computer revolution.

        Beverly was a former Vice President of Engineering at Mitsubishi Electric of America and responsible to produce several versions of an early volume rendering product. She was the first female recipient of the MELCO’s President’s Award for Technology, for this work.
    •  EVENT   Fourth Annual Celebrating "Women in Science" Luncheon
      Date: Thursday, July 19, 2018
      MERL Contacts: Marissa Deegan; Kerry McKeon; Elizabeth Phillips; Jinyun Zhang
      Location: MERL
      • We hosted the 4th Annual "Women in Science at MERL," event on July 19th. This year we celebrated the contributions of the eleven female interns, three female researchers, and some female members of HQ staff. MERL executives, managers and researchers participated in the event. MERL's interns and researchers were asked probing questions about how they are fulfilled in their work and how they facilitate innovation. This resulted in every participant feeling as though they were moving their field of science forward. Everyone left feeling inspired.