Originally from Toronto, Ontario, Meghie worked as a public relations agent in the fashion industry in New York City prior to returning to school to get a degree in screenwriting. Her feature film debut, Jean of the Joneses, won the Atlanta Film Festival Screenplay Competition in 2011, later going on to premiere at the SXSW Film Festival in 2016. The film received a nomination for Best First Screenplay at the Independent Spirit Awards two Canadian Screen Award nominations at the 5th Canadian Screen Awards in 2017, including a nod for Meghie in the Best Original Screenplay category.
In 2018 Meghie's film The Weekend premiered at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival. That same year she announced her following film would be American Princess, a cross-cultural comedy starring Issa Rae about an American woman who falls into British high society.
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