Meg Morgan is the Root Nashville Campaign Manager at the Cumberland River Compact. In her role, Meg works alongside neighborhoods, grassroots community leaders, Metro departments, and partner nonprofits to plant trees across the city.
Meg has a degree in journalism from the University of Oklahoma, an MA in leadership and public service from Lipscomb University, and a graduate certificate in urban forestry from Oregon State University. She serves on the boards of the Nashville Adult Literacy Council and the Nashville Wildlife Conservation Center, and is a core leadership team member of the national Green Communities Leadership Institute. Meg is a Nashville Emerging Leaders 2019 graduate and won the Nashville Emerging Leader Award in the environment and sustainability category from the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce in 2020.
She is a Tennessee Naturalist Program alum and trained corps member of The Climate Reality Project. Prior to joining the Cumberland River Compact, Meg’s background is in communications and collective impact. Meg enjoys going to concerts, kayaking, and reading science fiction. She lives in Madison with her musician husband and their four pets.