Meghan is a partnership builder and storyteller, synthesizing big ideas into compelling narratives. She see extraordinary potential in creative design and strategic partnerships for expanding access to the arts. Meghan is a creator, dabbling in data visualization, graphic design, and watercolor painting, but her true love is the fiber crafts, specifically knitting and sewing.
With a BA from Connecticut College in International Relations, French, and Gender & Women's Studies, she has worked with non-profits and governments in the United States, France, and the developing world. She currently engages corporate partnership for conservation at the World Wildlife Fund. Previously at Maverick Collective, a philanthropic and advocacy initiative, Meghan managed $6 million in grants for women's health pilots in India, Haiti, and Trinidad & Tobago, in addition to developing the startup's brand collateral and communications strategy. This in conjunction with her previous experience in corporate operations and data analytics affords an unique perspective on social impact and business development.
Born in the Philippines, raised in the Maryland suburbs, and educated in New England and France, Meghan calls D.C. home (though still earning the right to call herself a Washingtonian).