Meg Galloway Goldthwaite has an extensive work experience in marketing and communications. Meg most recently served as the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer at The Nature Conservancy, where they led the Global Marketing and Communications team to increase the organization's brand awareness and engagement. Prior to that, they held the role of Chief Marketing Officer at NPR and Conservation International, where they developed and executed integrated marketing and communications strategies to grow their respective communities and increase brand awareness. Meg has also held leadership positions at Women for Women International, the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund, and the World Wildlife Fund, where they showcased the impact of their work through strategic marketing initiatives. Additionally, Meg has served as a Board Member at the University of Maryland - Robert H. Smith School of Business and as an Advisory Board Member at Luke's Lobster. Earlier in their career, they worked as an Executive Director at MCI/Verizon Communications, overseeing marketing strategies and sales tactics for a multi-billion dollar business unit. Overall, Meg's work experience demonstrates their expertise in brand management, strategic communications, and marketing strategy.
Meg Galloway Goldthwaite earned a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in French and Political Science from Colby College in the years 1984 to 1988. Meg then pursued a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree with a focus on Marketing from the University of Maryland - Robert H. Smith School of Business between 1993 and 1996. Additionally, they spent the academic year of 1986 to 1987 studying at l'Université de Caen in Normandie, France, although no degree or field of study was specified for this period.
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November, 2020 - present