Advisory Council

Meeghan Prunty

Senior Advisor, Schusterman Family Philanthropies and Doris Duke Foundation

Meeghan’s career has been dedicated to advancing economic mobility and social justice with a focus on children and families in poverty. She spent 4 years as a Managing Director of the innovative philanthropic collaborative, Blue Meridian Partners, before launching a philanthropic advisory practice in early 2020. Currently, Meeghan is partnering with Schusterman Family Philanthropies to lead an Economic Justice portfolio, focused on safety net reform, income support, and tax equity. She also partners with the Child Well-Being Program at the Doris Duke Foundation, helping lead a cross-sector effort to develop a meaningful alternative to the current child welfare system.

Meeghan is a veteran of the Clinton presidential campaign and Clinton White House and is a long-time senior adviser to former U.S. Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin. With him and others, she helped develop and lead The Hamilton Project, where she serves as an Advisory Council member. She previously served on the national boards of Year Up, Power of Two, and Zero to Three. She has a BS in International Economics from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and an MBA from Columbia Business School.