Morgan McGinn (she/her)

I’ve spent the past 15 years building relationships and making connections through my work in philanthropy for the arts, conservation and education. My career has spanned fundraising for a historic climate change policy initiative, building foundational partnerships for a fledgling professional women’s soccer team, major gifts fundraising, building and implementing equitable processes and policies into advancement HR functions, a wide array of events and project management, and the honor of serving as Board President for a small non-profit created to support young people navigating cancer diagnoses and treatment. I feel deeply grateful for a professional history filled with such incredible milestones and opportunities and believe the diversity in my portfolio of work is one of the greatest assets I bring to the table.

Partnerships are central to my experience and approach, and I am passionate about building a better community for all people. Central to this is my commitment to anti-racism, equity and inclusion in the workplace, and the world. I am a creative thinker who loves big picture strategy but also thrives when digging into the details to execute thoughtful, collaborative strategies. I am proud to be a part of such a dedicated, strong non-profit community in the PNW, and am committed to partnering with organizations across the region to tell their stories and help them achieve their highest levels of success.

Fun facts about Morgan:

  • When not recovering from a knee surgery, you can find me playing soccer with the women’s team my mom formed more than 30 years ago.
  • I am Gloria Estefan’s biggest fan.
  • Although I grew up in Kirkland, I went to college across the country at The University of Miami (otherwise known as “The U”) and graduated with a degree in Photography.