Meghan Brodmann-Bishop has worked with a variety of organizations and communities, supporting and leading projects on social impact assessment, strategic planning, business development and community engagement. She brings an evidence-based approach to her work, with a background in academic research focused on community ownership. Meghan has experience in facilitating interviews and focus groups of varying sizes and demographics, and meaningfully engaging diverse stakeholders.
Meghan has supported a variety of organizations that seek to have positive social impact, including the United Way as a Youth Board Member, Net Impact as a Chapter Leader and as Co-Chair of the Saint Mary’s University Sobey Women in Business Conference. She holds a Masters of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Arts in International Development Studies.
Developmental Evaluation, Explore and Experiment, Scaling Impact, Social Enterprise
Nova Scotia Health, Nova Scotia Community Transit Network, Summer Street Industries (NS), Independent Living Canada, Recreation Nova Scotia, Accelerate Her Future, Smart ICE