Starkloff’s Meg Geiger Making her Mark

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Please join us in congratulating Meg Geiger, Development Associate, on several recent outstanding accomplishments:
Meg recently was awarded the Chamberlain Scholarship for the Association of Fundraising Professionals. This scholarship will allow her to attend the AFP’s ICON International Conference in San Antonio, Texas in the spring 2019. This is a fabulous award filled with opportunity to learn from her peers and gain some key development skills as well as network with others in the field.
Meg was selected by the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network to appear in a panel discussion on the topic “Finding your Passion and Effecting Social Change.” She spoke before a large crowd gathered at the Regional Arts Commission on November 28th on disability inclusion and accessible communities and events.
In addition, Meg was elected President of the new nonprofit, FestAbility. After spearheading the effort and leading a coalition of disability organizations to organization the inaugural FestAbility event at the Missouri History Museum this past July, FestAbility has established its own nonprofit status. Meg was elected by the coalition members to be the first President of the group!
“It is no surprise that Meg is being recognized for her talent by the wider nonprofit community,” says Lori Becker, COO and Director of Development and Communications. “Meg continually brings innovative ideas and solutions to everything she does. Her business card should read ‘Brilliant’. We could not be more proud of her work and to have her as part of our team at SDI.”
Congratulations to Meg on these notable achievements!

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