Meghan brings over 20 years of experience in philanthropy to her role as Chief of Staff. In this capacity, Meghan collaborates with the CEO and teams on strategic planning, organizational systems and special projects.
Prior to joining Koya, Meghan was involved in direct fundraising as a Director of Development for the Rose Art Museum and as Chief of Institutional Advancement at Jewish Community Housing for the Elderly. Previously, Meghan was Vice President for Hunt Alternatives Fund; in this capacity she was responsible for the Fund’s daily operations, served on the senior management team and directed strategy and planning for all fundraising activities.
Earlier in her career, Meghan served as Director of Development and CFO for the Community Therapeutic Day School and worked for Rafanelli Events Management Company.
Meghan is President of Women in Development of Greater Boston. She also volunteers her time with Catie’s Closet and Acton Public Schools.
Meghan holds a dual degree in English and Women’s Studies from the University of New Hampshire. She earned her M.B.A. from Brandeis University with a focus in nonprofit management, and a Certificate in Human Resource Management from Cornell University.