Meg Loomis has spent her 20-year career in the philanthropic and healthcare fields, beginning with her first job fundraising for homeless programs in downtown San Francisco.
Before joining the Holdsworth team, Meg served as capacity building officer at Methodist Healthcare Ministries, where she helped lead a multi-funder initiative to advance the impact and sustainability of healthcare organizations across 74 counties in South Texas, with special focus on clinics in the Rio Grande Valley.
Previously, Meg lived ten years in Anchorage, Alaska and worked as the executive director of the National Association of Social Workers and as a senior consultant for Agnew::Beck, Alaska’s premier public health consulting firm. While at Agnew::Beck, Meg aided corporations, foundations, nonprofits, state agencies and tribes to develop innovative healthcare and behavioral health programs.
Meg has a passion for gender equity and women and girls’ healthcare. After college, she founded a self-defense training institute serving at-risk communities in the Bay Area. In 2014, she helped found Fund Texas Women, a nonprofit start-up which gives low-income women in rural Texas access to reproductive healthcare.
Meg holds a bachelor’s degree from Wesleyan University and a master’s degree in social work from the University of Alaska, where she was also an adjunct faculty member. She is currently finishing her MBA at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio.