Maegan Scott serves as program and communications officer for the Meyer Foundation, based in Washington, DC. In this role, Maegan works in partnership with the senior program officers and the vice president for programs and communications to administer Meyer’s Management Assistance and Benevon programs. She serves as a resource to grantees on management and leadership issues, and is the primary contact for consultants who work with the Foundation’s grantees. She also manages Meyer’s website, eNews, and social media work.

Maegan came to the Foundation in 2008 from the Center for Understanding Equity, an education consulting firm dedicated to closing the achievement gap in schools. An avid volunteer throughout her community and abroad, Maegan has devoted much of her time to working with nonprofit organizations over the past several years. She currently serves on the boards of Art Enables and the DC Emergency Food and Shelter Program, and previously served as board treasurer of the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of Washington DC. You can often find Maegan at Miriam’s Kitchen, writing with the guests during Miriam’s Studio. Maegan holds a bachelor’s degree from American University and a graduate certificate in nonprofit management from Georgetown University.


The 2014 Trustee Education Institute: An intensive seminar for family foundation trustees

Posted on September 24, 2014 by Glen Galaich, Virginia M. Esposito, Susan Crites Price, Ami Aronson, Andrew Schulz, Kelly Sweeney McShane, Kristin Pauly, Leonor Alfonso, Maegan Scott, Mary Phillips

DOWNLOAD COMPLETE 2014 AGENDA HERE – SEE SPEAKER LIST AND BIOS BELOW NCFP’s Trustee Education Institute provides a comprehensive introduction to all of the key legal, investment, ethical, grantmaking, and family dynamics issues facing family foundation board members. Featuring a faculty made up of NCFP’s senior staff and highly respected philanthropy experts, this three day, intensive seminar will cover: What does… Read More