Megan Wilson was raised on a small ranch on the Northern Cheyenne reservation in southeastern Montana. She played college basketball in Wyoming before transferring to Billings to finish her degree in Elementary Education and Psychology. She taught in Pre-K and Kindergarten classrooms in Montana and Utah before deciding to pursue a degree in nursing. She graduated top of her class as a Registered Nurse and was awarded the Student Nurse Award and overall Outstanding Undergraduate Award for her graduating class.

Megan’s traditional Cheyenne name is “Sweet Medicine Woman” and she is a descendent of a long line of traditional and professional healers. She honors her ancestry by caring for people in a holistic and meaningful way. She deeply cares about the health and wellbeing of her clients, advocates for patient safety, provides quality care, and delivers exceptional service. She holds herself to high standards and demonstrates this by maintaining integrity within the workplace and in her personal life.

Megan looks forward to working with each client, making individualized treatment plans to achieve natural-looking and attainable results. She is a lifelong learner and believes that education is a gift that continually gives back to the pupil. She plans on continuing her education towards an advanced practice degree as a nurse practitioner, all while maintaining the highest standard of care for B.Leaf clients through continual aesthetic trainings and classes.