Meggan fosters corporate and foundations relations across Virginia Humanities. Born in South Florida to two aerospace engineers, she is a classic middle child: peacekeeping, collaborative, and social.
After graduating with B.A. degrees in Economics and Theology from Boston College, she spent two years in West Africa as a Peace Corps Volunteer, building the capacity of a women’s cooperative and fostering a love of reading while living in a mud-brick hut without electricity. Upon her return, first to the midwest and now back to the east coast, she has built a career in nonprofit development, working with a variety of organizations advancing affordable housing, human services, and food security.
Meggan began her work at Virginia Humanities in 2020.