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Megan Loeb is the Development Manager at Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights. Based in the New York Office, she is responsible for the full range of activities required to prepare, submit, and manage grant proposals to foundation and corporate sources. Megan also evaluates new grant opportunities and submits reports for existing grant-funded projects.
Megan has experience working in the private, nonprofit, and public sectors on a range of environmental and community development issues. In her most recent position as an intern for the William Penn Foundation, she researched new programmatic initiatives and updated grantmaking procedures. She previously implemented fast food recycling pilot programs with Global Green USA and was a legislative aide for the councilmember representing her hometown on Long Island. Megan graduated from the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey with dual master’s degrees in public policy and city and regional planning (MPP/MCRP). She has a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies from Bates College.