Meghan Jambor, Interim Informed Communities Program Officer, Communications Director
Meghan oversees all aspects of the Foundation’s Informed Communities program, which makes grants to foster robust civic engagement through inclusive, people-powered news and information projects across the state. She will also manage partnerships and grants with outside funders toward supporting a connected and collaborative news and information ecosystem in New Jersey.
She also shares news and stories about the Foundation and its grantees, working with organizations to help improve and amplify their work, and coordinates events and opportunities that foster relationship building among organizations within the Dodge community.
Prior to joining the Dodge staff, Meghan was an award-winning reporter, digital editor and local editor at the Daily Record, a Gannett-owned news operation in Morris County. She founded and edited Grassroots, a weekly section that shared stories of the area's sustainability communities, and worked with community partners to plan the Morris County Sunday Supper Series and annual Grassroots Awards.
Meghan enjoys gardening, hiking, and creating moss worlds, and is a founding member of the Morris Area Society of Homebrewers. She graduated from Drew University, where she studied English and political science and was a two-year editor in chief for the campus newspaper.