Megan Winston, Author at State of the Planet - Page 2 of 2

Megan is a Development Associate for the Earth Institute’s Funding Initiatives team. With a focus on facilitating corporate and foundation grants, Megan writes about new partnerships and the impact they have on the Earth Institute’s mission. She graduated from the University of Vermont in 2002 with a B.A. in Political Science and English and is currently pursuing a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management at Northeastern University. She most recently worked at Oxfam America and before that Fidelity Investments and the Castle Group, a PR firm in Boston. Megan recently moved to NYC and has loved making the city her home with husband Tom.

Recent Posts

The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation and the Principality of Monaco Support Sustainable Development in Mali

NEW YORK, April 11 – The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation and the Principality of Monaco have launched a new partnership with the Earth Institute, Columbia University that stands to make important new strides in protecting biodiversity and addressing the urgent needs of the rural poor in Mali.  With a $1.5 million grant, this… read more

by |April 14, 2010

State of the Planet 2010

We all watched the earth move at State of the Planet (SOP) 2010 literally and figuratively. The backdrop on the main stage in New York was a giant rotating earth, spinning from continent to continent as we connected leaders from around the globe who urged action on issues of climate change, poverty, economic recovery and… read more

by |April 5, 2010

Columbia Climate Center Partners With Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank Asset Management (DeAM) continues to partner with the Earth Institute in our work to understand, predict, and respond to climate variability and change. DeAM has been a leader in cutting-edge climate change activities through financial support, research collaboration and becoming a founding member of the Earth Institute’s Corporate Circle. Most recently, DeAM released… read more

by |November 20, 2009