Meredith is the Director of Publishing at the Morgridge Family Foundation. In her role, she leads a multi-platform initiative to highlight the transformative work of nonprofits and leaders who are addressing today’s toughest challenges.
Meredith’s background is in psychology, storytelling, and resilience. She started her career teaching storytelling in juvenile detention camps, rehabilitation centers, and as an AmeriCorp member in Compton, Los Angeles. Her interest in psychology led her to McLean Hospital’s Cognitive and Clinical Neuroimaging Core where she worked on brain imaging studies and publications. She received her Master of Education degree from Harvard in Prevention Science and Practice, during which time she explored the potential for resilience-enhancing media.
Prior to joining MFF, Meredith helped translate research into practical solutions and engaging content for Making Caring Common, NPR, and Remote Year. She recently returned to the United States after working globally for three years.