Maegan Scott is a program officer at the Meyer Foundation, where she specializes in the Organizational Effectiveness Program and manages the Foundation’s other capacity-building work. Since joining the Foundation in 2008, Maegan has held the position of program assistant, program and communications coordinator, and, most recently, program and communications officer. She also served as a program officer for the $6 million Children and Family Capacity-Building Initiative, which provided capacity-building grants and other support to a targeted group of former Freddie Mac Foundation grantees.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Maegan worked for the Center for Understanding Equity, an education consulting firm dedicated to advancing racial equity and closing the achievement gap in public school systems across the country. An avid volunteer throughout her community and abroad, Maegan has more than a decade of experience working with nonprofit organizations and NGOs. She currently chairs the Art Enables board of directors. She previously served on the boards of YNPNdc and the DC Emergency Food and Shelter Program and served on the Washington AIDS Partnership steering committee.
Maegan holds a bachelor's degree from American University and a graduate certificate in nonprofit management from Georgetown University. She is currently pursuing a master's degree in organization development through the Graziadio School of Business and Management at Pepperdine University.