Senior Vice President, Development Communications
Megan brings creativity, versatility and a spirit of collaboration to every project she undertakes. Megan has extensive experience working in corporate and nonprofit administration, fundraising, marketing, and communications. Her skills consistently deliver positive results for clients. She is noted for her ability to connect with people, and is committed to serving organizations that are doing good work in the world.
After earning degrees in marketing and management, Megan established a career in marketing for a Fortune 500 company before transitioning to the nonprofit sector more than a decade ago. She joined The Munshine Group with nonprofit experience including serving faith-based organizations, and a nonprofit dedicated to the eradication of human trafficking.
Megan’s knowledge of nonprofit communications, with an emphasis on digital and print design and strategy consistently results in what clients say is exactly what they were looking for and needed.She is up-to-the-minute on best practices. At The Munshine Group, Megan is involved with nearly every client engagement, producing customized, compelling materials that result in increased awareness and donations.
Megan has worked with local and national organizations in nearly every sector. She has coordinated and designed development materials for many clients, including Case for Support information, annual reports, brochures, folders, infographics, social media graphics, and appeal letters. Megan has managed multiple successful digital campaigns, including for the Seabee Historical Foundation. By leveraging events such as Veterans Day and #GivingTuesday, she was key to helping the Foundation exceed its fundraising goals and expand its online presence. Megan was instrumental in the creation and design of the Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan’s groundbreaking Fund for Women and Children Report, which raised the organization’s profile and resulted in positive media coverage.
Megan holds bachelor’s degrees in marketing and management.
To read Megan’s insights into the ever-changing world of social media, especially Facebook and ways nonprofits can leverage the platform, check out her Facing the Facebook Facts blog.