Megan is experienced with database management and implementations. She partners with Geneva Global’s clients to help them strategically develop their databases to support evolving business processes.
Growing up in a low-income household in rural Wisconsin, Megan was acutely aware of the cycle of poverty and systems that compound it. Inspired by her personal experience, Megan has dedicated her career to improving opportunities for all, and has worked in government, nonprofits, and philanthropy. Megan’s broad range of experience empowers her to develop creative strategies and conduct meaningful research and data analysis—all while having fun along the way.
Before joining the Geneva Global team, Megan was an Associate at Hirsch Philanthropy Partners in San Francisco, where she served as the Salesforce System Administrator and administered a portfolio of over $10M in grants to nonprofits locally and around the world.
Megan earned a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Political Science with a minor in European Studies from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.
What’s an interesting fact that others would not know about you?
I’m a first-generation college student. Growing up, my dad was a butcher and my mom was a bank teller. Take Your Child to Work Day was always interesting! I also love to sew. In my spare time, you can find me sewing up work-from-home-friendly pants, cozy turtlenecks, and funky blazers.
How many countries have you visited?
Four, and I’m impatiently waiting to quadruple that once the pandemic is over!
What three words would you use to describe your colleagues?
Approachable, smart, dedicated.
Why did you decide to work at Geneva Global?
Geneva Global is the perfect combination of all the things that I was looking for in my career—philanthropy, client strategy, data analytics and systems, and an amazing team of colleagues.