Meg Long

Managing Director, Learning, Evaluation, & Measurement

Meg leads Blue Meridian’s Learning, Evaluation, and Measurement practice. In this role, Meg works across portfolios and investments, providing learning and evaluation supports to advance investee, portfolio-, and Blue Meridian-wide impact. She also provides strategic and executional leadership on critical business priorities and leads innovation efforts which will expand Blue Meridian’s work as it evolves.

Meg has over 20 years of evaluation, philanthropic strategy, program management, organizational development, and leadership experience. Most recently, Meg served as the President of Equal Measure, a Philadelphia-based philanthropic services nonprofit. In this role Meg oversaw organizational strategy and performance, while also working directly on client-facing projects at the intersection between strategy, evaluation, and learning.  A trained evaluation and learning professional, with deep nonprofit management experience, Meg works across education, workforce, community health, asset building, and other cradle to career domains to advance more equitable, impacts at scale. Before joining Equal Measure in 2003, Meg was the coordinator for volunteer recruitment, training, and marketing for Experience Corps Philadelphia, a national intergenerational tutoring program. Prior experience at the United Nations, the World Bank Institute, and the International Longevity Center informed systemic and policy efforts advancing whole-family well-being that create a strong link between postsecondary credentialing, workforce readiness, and economic mobility. This included conducting analyses of poverty alleviation policies in Kenya and assessing socioeconomic indicators of older New Yorkers to improve service delivery in intergenerational programs.

Meg holds an MPA in Public Policy and Nonprofit Management from New York University and a BA in Art History and Italian from Rutgers University.