Megan Jacobs began her ballet training at Petaluma City Ballet in California where she received coaching from Tamara Stakoun, formerly with The Kirov Ballet. Megan attended summers courses at San Francisco Ballet, Boston Ballet, Sacramento Ballet, and Pacific Northwest Ballet. She attended the Pacific Northwest Ballet School on full scholarship and performed with the company in ballets such as Kent Stowell’s The Nutcracker, Hail to the Conquering Hero, and George Balanchine’s Serenade, Symphony in C, and The Four Temperaments. After PNBS, Megan danced with the Seattle based contemporary company Arc Dance Productions and as guest artist with The Lexington Ballet. At City Ballet of San Diego, she has danced in Elizabeth Wistrich’s The Nutcracker, The Seasons, Don Quixote, Carmina Burana, Giselle, Carmen, Romeo and Juliet, Swan Lake, Requiem, The Firebird, Tchai Celebration and featured in Geoff Gonzalez’s Carmina Burana, as well as, various George Balanchine ballets. She also danced in the company’s premiere of Peter Martins’ Hallelujah Junction and his Ash. After two seasons as an apprentice, this will be Megan’s twelfth season as a full company member.