Meagan Anderson Longley has had the good fortune to spend her career in philanthropy. Currently, she is the Vice president of community impact at the Austin Community Foundation. In this role, she is responsible for vision and oversight of all programmatic elements of the foundation. This includes building and managing all community-facing initiatives and programs, coordinating the foundation’s philanthropic engagement in the community, overseeing the foundation’s use of data, and developing new programs. Prior to her work at Austin Community Foundation, Meagan was a policy fellow at the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health. When she’s not working or volunteering, you can find Meagan enjoying queso and margaritas with family and friends at every opportunity.
Data-informed philanthropy, fundraising, board and volunteer engagement; diversity, equity and inclusion, women’s issues