Meeghan Prunty

Advisory Committee Member

Meeghan’s career has been dedicated to advancing economic mobility and social justice with a focus on vulnerable children and families. She spent 4 years on the leadership team of the innovative philanthropic collaborative Blue Meridian Partners – with work ranging from portfolio management to program operations to funder engagement – before launching a strategic advisory practice in early 2020.

Meeghan serves as Senior Advisor on Economic Justice to Schusterman Family Philanthropies, working on issues including economic mobility, income support, and safety net reform. Meeghan is also a long-time adviser to former U.S. Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin; with him and others, she helped develop and lead The Hamilton Project, an economic policy project at the Brookings Institution promoting broad-based economic growth.

Meeghan holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and a BS in International Economics from Georgetown. Meeghan brings lived experience as a foster mom and an advocate for children and families in the child welfare system, along with the humility that parenting and partnering impart.