Megan joins FSG with a background in philanthropy and social policy research. She is especially interested in gender equity and economic mobility and is passionate about working with social impact organizations to improve outcomes and advance equity. As a senior consultant, Megan leverages her analytical and social sector experience to support clients across sectors in their efforts to create meaningful change.
Prior to FSG, Megan worked in philanthropy where she managed grants related to a range of issues, including digital government, the social safety net, and racial equity. Most recently, she worked on a portfolio of grants focused on using data and technology to shape an effective and equitable response to the Covid pandemic. Megan received her MPP from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government where she served as a student consultant to public sector clients on projects including improving access to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and evaluating workforce development programs.
- Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, MPP
- Washington University in St. Louis, BA in Economics and Political Science
- Spanish (conversational)
On working at FSG
“Working at FSG, I feel privileged to have the opportunity to learn from my incredibly talented and passionate colleagues. I am inspired every day by their commitment to continuously asking how our work can be more equitable and can more effectively center the voices of the communities we serve.”