Originally from Louisville, KY, Megan Beaven, moved to Nashville where she attended Belmont University and earned a degree in Music Business. After graduating from Belmont in 2015, Megan worked in the music industry doing marketing and publishing. Though she enjoyed her time working in the music industry, Megan always had a dream of owning her own business. Combing her love of cookie dough and her desire to be an entrepreneur, Megan founded NoBaked Cookie Dough in March of 2017.
Though it began as an online store with pop-up shops at local events, NoBaked has grown tremendously and now has a storefront in both Nashville and Louisville. Megan and her fiancé, Jimmy Feeman, are excited to watch their company continue to grow as they open more shops and franchise in other cities across the country.
In her free time, Megan enjoys traveling, spending time with her dogs, SCUBA diving, and going to concerts.
Ohio native Jimmy Feeman graduated from Belmont in 2015 with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance. Prior to NoBaked, Jimmy worked at Jackson National in the sales and marketing department. Jimmy was also a consultant for the Tennessee Treasury Department. Jimmy’s experience combined with his knowledge of business has lead the way for NoBaked to grow from a small pop-up into a thriving multi-store operation.
When he is not helping Megan run the company, Jimmy enjoys craft beer, outdoors activities, watching hockey, and going for runs with his dog, Bo.
Before becoming the VP of Operations at NoBaked, Caleb worked for Carnival Cruise Lines. It was there that Caleb learned the value of excellent customer service and the importance of embracing and understanding cultures from all around the world. Caleb’s responsibilities at NoBaked include managing general store operations, training, inventory, and catering.
Caleb’s hobbies include eating and trying out new restaurants around town.