Senior Associate, Community Impact
As community impact senior associate, Megan ensures the Community Impact division remains committed to innovative grantmaking and visionary community leadership by supporting various convening, research, and grantmaking-related projects.
Prior to joining SVCF, Megan completed her masters in public administration with a concentration in nonprofit management from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University. During her time at Maxwell, Megan worked as a consultant for CNY Arts where she identified and illustrated grantmaking trends and evaluated the impact of arts and cultural opportunities to the Central New York Area. Her graduate assistantship was with the Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration (PARCC) where she managed the logistics, promotion, and execution of a weekly lecture series, Conversations in Conflict. She also volunteered as an English instructor under Syracuse University’s program for refugee assistance.
Megan received her bachelor’s degree in anthropology and Spanish at the University of Notre Dame in her native state, Indiana. In her free time, she enjoys reading fiction and jogging.