Meg Fosque, Program Officer, Economic Policy Investments and Grantmaking, Equity & Economic Opportunity
Meg Fosque is a Program Officer on the Equity and Economic Opportunity Team at The Rockefeller Foundation where she manages Rockefeller’s policy investments and grantmaking in the United States.
Meg brings extensive experience as an organizer, campaigner, and policy advocate to her work in philanthropy. For fourteen years she led innovative policy and direct-action campaigns that empowered people to create more just workplaces, economies, and communities. She organized with thousands of service-sector workers in New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, and Washington D.C. to transform low-wage jobs into middle-class professions, and led policy campaigns at the national, state, and local level to raise wages, increase rights, and improve working conditions for workers in low-income jobs.
Meg was awarded the Ash Democracy Fellowship at the Harvard Kennedy School where she earned a master’s degree in Public Administration. She earned her B.A. from the University of Virginia.