Meg Morgan

Meg Morgan

Director of Collective Impact

A self-proclaimed bibliomaniac and consumer of all kinds of news, Meg Morgan uses her nerd powers for good to help create community-level change. As a former teacher, newspaper staff writer, and nonprofit program manager, Meg understands the incredible power of the nonprofit sector and is a strong advocate for collective action.
 
Meg joined the CNM team in 2015. As Director of Collective Impact, she utilizes her nonprofit and communications background to foster a cultural shift that accelerates progress on our community’s complex problems. In this role, Meg directs the programming of the Collective Impact Accelerator. This programming includes intensive, custom consulting services for collective impact initiatives and cohort learning about the core competencies of collective impact. She receives daily inspiration from the incredible collaborative work taking place in Nashville and Middle Tennessee.
 
Originally from Oklahoma, Meg earned a bachelor’s in journalism from the University of Oklahoma and completed a master’s in Leadership and Public Service from Lipscomb University.
 
Meg lives in Madison with her musician partner and his too-many guitars, a diva Jack Russell terrier mix, two sweet tortoiseshell cats, and a peaceful bearded dragon. Outside of CNM, you can find Meg serving on the board of the Nashville Adult Literacy Council, hiking at Long Hunter State Park, reading fantasy and science fiction, or geeking out on the latest social sector news.
 

Ask Meg about: CNM’s Collective Impact Accelerator programming, core competencies of collective impact, presenting the collective impact framework to your board of directors or developing initiative, nonprofit trends, Ray Charles and Chance the Rapper