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Margaret Lamphier Meier
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Margaret Lamphier Meier

Corporate Partnership Manager

Margaret focuses on grant writing and individual giving for Hispanic Access Foundation.

Margaret earned her B.A. in business from Sweet Briar College. After finishing her undergraduate degree, Margaret attended the University of Lynchburg where she obtained her M.A. in nonprofit leadership studies. Prior to joining Hispanic Access, she served as the Graduate Assistant for Equity and Inclusion at the University of Lynchburg and worked with Concern Worldwide as a Major Gifts Fellow. She  is passionate about diversity, equity, and inclusion, and is dedicated to serving Latino communities.

Why she works for Hispanic Access…

“Hispanic Access' trust-based, community-centered practices highlight that the organization cares about the needs and perspectives of the people it works with. These values serve as a great foundation to build long lasting, positive relationships and make sustainable impact.”

In her spare time…

Margaret loves to cook, appreciate and create art, dance, and soak up the sunshine.

Her favorite book…

“Anything by Madeline Miller. She gives voices to the overlooked characters in ancient epics and allows them to be heroes in their own way. Whenever I finish one of her books, I feel a little sad, because I've gotten so invested in the stories and the characters.”

A person she finds inspirational…

“Tarsila do Amaral is an inspiration to me, both as an artist and a Latina woman. She was an incredible painter, and although she trained in Paris, she was able to infuse her Latin American identity into her work, which created a unique and vibrant style that is so beautiful and visually engaging. She may not be as well known internationally as some others, but her skill has made her the pride of Brazil, and in my opinion, one of the best artists of the 20th century.”

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Hispanic Access Foundation connects Latinos and others with partners and opportunities to improve lives and create an equitable society.

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