Meg Haenn is the Deputy Director of National Wildlife Federation’s South Central Region.
Since 2011 Meg has had the privilege of including Missoula as part of her home base. “Homeword was one of the first non-profits I was introduced to in Montana, as both a donor and an advocate. It is an organization that embraces the need for second chances, and amplifies this by building up people’s skills so that they can take better care of their own needs, while being contributing members of society. I have a real respect for the approach the organization has taken in becoming a resource for individuals and families, as they develop their financial health, and, understand the value of homeownership for both the person and the community at large.”
Meg has more than 38 years of experience in election, environmental, social justice, and labor program management in the non-profit sector. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Management from Trinity University, Washington D.C. When not working, volunteering, or traveling, Meg shares her time with her husband, son, two step daughters, dogs, cats and llamas.