A native Virginian, Meg has lived in numerous places in the southeastern US and has enjoyed finding purpose by serving communities in a host of roles and responsibilities through volunteerism and professional work. Meg assists small business owners and executives with strategy and workforce optimization.
Her strength is in People Operations, bringing out the best in teams by sharpening leadership skills in curiosity, empathy, trust, and emotional IQ.
Meg has championed countless nonprofits in Virginia’s Blue Ridge. Meg also played a key role in the founding and launching of The Society of 1918, a giving circle designed to foster and increase women’s philanthropy at her alma mater, The College of William and Mary.
Meg resides in Roanoke with her husband, Frank. When she isn’t volunteering or working, Meg enjoys running, hiking, biking, cooking, reading, gardening, art, travel, music, yoga, and anticipating the next visit with her two daughters and two new sons-in-law.