Meghan Quinn, Director of Individual Giving, is a nonprofit professional based in Indianapolis, Indiana. She has a wide variety of experience in the non-profit industry with a passion for philanthropy. Before joining CJA, Meghan worked as the Director of Advancement at the Indianapolis, Indiana Athenaeum Foundation and was also the Director of Individual Giving at the Jacksonville Arts and Music School (JAMS). Meghan also worked in development and membership management with Groundwork Jacksonville, Inc.
Meghan migrated to the nonprofit world after co-founding a 501c4 non-profit with a group of friends in the small hometown where she grew up in southern Indiana. Before finding her career calling in the world of social justice and human rights, Meghan worked in education for more than a decade, both as a private school educator and as a Professor of English at Vincennes University, where she worked primarily with at-risk, incoming freshmen in Composition and Rhetoric.
Meghan is the co-founder of the creative consulting firm Indigo Jacks, which offers services in the greater Indianapolis area, as well as northeastern Florida. She received her Master of English from Morehead State University, after completing the Indiana Wesleyan University Transition to Teaching program, as well as a Bachelor of Fine Arts in English from the University of Evansville. She is a published author and regular contributor to the Life Along the Wabash magazine.