The Meyer Foundation Announces Jaqueline Tucker, Esq. as new VP

The Meyer Foundation is delighted to announce the appointment of Jaqueline Tucker, Esq. as its new Vice President for Community Partnerships and Strategy following a nationwide search led by nonprofit executive search firm LeaderFit, effective August 1.

In this role, Jaqueline will lead the Foundation’s approach to pursuing community-driven priorities in its grantmaking through the lens of racial equity and justice, movement and power building, and systems change in collaboration with partners and stakeholders. Additionally, Jaqueline will lead Meyer’s Community Partnerships and Strategy Team.

“Jaqueline’s experience championing racial equity by developing and advancing effective strategies, coupled with her strong ability to bridge communities and sectors make her an excellent fit to join the leadership team at Meyer and lend her expertise in the development of the next iteration of the Foundation’s strategic plan and programs,” says Meyer Foundation President and CEO George L. Askew, M.D. “We are thrilled to have her leadership in this work.”

Jaqueline brings to Meyer extensive experience in community engagement, nonprofit leadership, and strategic planning.

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