State Manager: South Australia
Megan Coupland can assist your organisation with specialist expertise in philanthropy, impact communications and donor relationships to increase partnerships and private giving.
Get to know Megan
Prior to immigrating to South Australia, Megan worked in grants management, fundraising and arts sector development at The Milton Keynes Community Foundation in the UK. She has also undertaken program management and fund development roles within international development not-for-profits, initially in London and then in Adelaide.
Megan worked for The Wyatt Trust in Adelaide for over nine years, managing an annual grants distribution of approximately $2.5 million across 90 partnership organisations. She has held several voluntary and governance positions throughout her career, including with the Collective Impact Initiative, Impact Inner North, and in the management of an arts and creative place-making program for refugee and new arrival families through Welcoming Australia. She is currently a Trustee of the Adelaide chapter of The Awesome Foundation, a micro-granting giving circle.
Megan holds a Master of Arts from the University of Leeds and is a graduate of the Professional Management Program at the University of Adelaide. A dedicated advocate for the transformative potential of the arts, Megan is currently undertaking a postgraduate research degree through UniSA’s Justice and Society Unit on imagined futures narratives in Australian place-based philanthropy.
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