Meg Rahner (she/her) has worked in the communications industry for over 10 years, gaining experience in public relations, social media, and media relations. As a seasoned communications professional, she is passionate about storytelling and spearheading creative ways to bring communities together, and is particularly thrilled for the opportunity to tell inspiring stories of those positively impacted by the SF Education Fund. Outside of the office, Meg enjoys hiking and biking, and dedicates time to fulfilling her role as the president of the North of Panhandle Neighborhood Association (NOPNA), a 501c3 nonprofit organization in San Francisco. As president, she organizes regular community meetings and events, which last year included spearheading neighbors to participate in drawing a 4.1 mile continuous hopscotch course. This event, which NOPNA dubbed “Hopscotch Your Block,” ultimately earned neighbors the unofficial world record holder title.