Have you considered that your lower school book reports, school newspaper, speech class, yearbook, film, sports broadcasting and debate team were interrelated? How are you training the next generations of storytellers? Join us for an interactive discussion on the importance and implementation of a strong Communication Arts curriculum 1st through 12th grade!



Meg Parker Wilson
Meg Parker Wilson
Meg Parker Wilson grew up as a missionary kid in Brazil, South America with New Tribes Mission. She attended Southwest Baptist University and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communications with an emphasis in Theatre. She was a member of Chi Sigma Theta and an active member of the Speech and Debate team, Pi Kappa Delta. She continued her education in Los Angeles, CA with White Wall Acting and the Los Angeles Film Studies Center where she directed her first short film Yun with professional actor Danny Woodburn. Mrs. Wilson had the privilege of working with some of the top casting directors in the country during her time at 20th Century Fox in their Feature Casting Department. She was cast in her first feature film appearance in Aliens in the Attic in 2009 and was nominated for Best Performance in a Feature Film - Young Ensemble Cast 2010. After meeting her husband, Nate, she moved to McKinney, TX and was cast as the lead female in the Christian feature film Seasons of Gray by Watermark Church Productions (2011).

Mrs. Wilson has been teaching, coaching and directing children’s film and theatre for over 8 years. She has written and directed numerous productions for The Genesis Children’s Theatre in Plano, TX. Additionally, Mrs. Wilson has the privilege of teaching for the Plano area program “Think and Speak Up”, helping to foster effective communication and leadership skills in today’s youth and young adults through content, delivery, impromptu speaking, evaluations, debate and conflict resolution.

Meg leads PCA's Jr. Thespian Troupe #88975 with students attending and competing at the State and National Festival. She also directs PCA's middle school One-Act Play that competes in the PSIA One-Act Play competition each year at the district and state level. Meg currently resides in Plano with her husband and their two sons.