Chief Development Officer
Meg Holscher joined the Conservancy in April of 2007 and is the longest tenured current staff member. She leads the organization’s fundraising efforts with the Executive Director and Board of Directors. Meg manages a staff of marketing, development and grant writing specialists and has secured millions of dollars of grant money that has been reinvested in the Philadelphia park system. She develops and maintains positive relationships with foundation, corporate and individual donors, as well as partner organizations and volunteers. Meg was integral to the success of the Hunting Park improvement project and has helped the Conservancy to become an open space leader in Philadelphia.
Meg graduated from Hunter College with a MA in art history and has a BA from SUNY-Purchase. Before joining the Conservancy, she worked at Drexel University and at several museums and galleries including the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the American Folk Art Museum, the Museum of the City of New York and the DC Moore Gallery. She loves exploring new parks with her husband and two young daughters.