Meghan Greene

Director
Financial Health Network
mgreene@finhealthnetwork.org

Meghan Greene is a Director on the Financial Health Network’s program team, where she manages research, consulting, and innovation initiatives aimed at improving financial health for all.

Meghan brings more than a decade of experience in program management, strategic initiatives, and financial inclusion. Before joining the Financial Health Network, she served as a Senior Consultant at BRAC USA, advising executive leadership on strategy and operations. Previously, she served as director of institutional partnerships at Accion, and worked as a researcher and program manager for the Center for Financial Inclusion. Earlier in her career she gained experience in philanthropy and marketing.

She holds a BA in English from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an MBA in public and nonprofit management from Boston University. She is based in New York with her husband and two noisy children. In her free time, you can find her cheering on the UNC Tar Heels.

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