Meghan Collins joined the Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse as an associate director of development in August 2017. Before joining the Moore Center, Meghan was the director of development for Junior Achievement of Central Maryland, a small nonprofit that focuses on financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship for students K-12.
Meghan’s primary role at the Moore Center is to identify new donors and serve as an effective Center ambassador. Meghan also spends 50 percent of her time as a gift officer for the Bloomberg School of Public Health working with the development team.
“My primary interest across all fields is serving vulnerable and underserved populations. As it relates to the Moore Center, the research associated with the long-term consequences of juvenile sex offender registries is incredibly interesting and something that I was completely unaware of prior to taking this position,” says Meghan.
Meghan grew up in Harford County, Maryland and earned a bachelor’s degree from Towson University and then a master’s degree in social work from the University of Maryland School of Social Work.
In her downtime, Meghan enjoys working out and playing social sports in Canton, where she's lived for several years. “I also love trying new restaurants throughout the city. I am admittedly a Netflix addict, so if there is a new show, I need to know about it and watch it ASAP!”