Megin McDonell has nearly three decades of management experience working in nonprofits, including community organizing and coalition building, grant writing, fundraising, media and communications, program development and implementation, and financial management. Before joining Fair Wisconsin in 2011, she was the Program Director at the Tenant Resource Center in Madison for fourteen years. She has been active in state and local politics and elections, including serving for eleven years on the Madison Equal Opportunities Commission and working on numerous aldermanic, county board, assembly and congressional campaigns. Megin also previously served as co-founding President of the Social Justice Center Board of Directors and Chair of the NARAL Pro-Choice Wisconsin Board of Directors. She lives in Madison with her spouse and two teenaged children.
Marilyn Beckman is a proud union retiree who brings decades of accounting expertise to Fair Wisconsin, ensuring that every dollar in or out effectively powers our work toward LGBTQ equality.
Policy and Advocacy Director
Sean O’Brien joined Fair Wisconsin in October of 2020 as the GOTV Coordinator. He first became active in Wisconsin politics during the 2011 Act 10 uprising and the subsequent campaign to recall Governor Walker 2012. In 2016 he worked with For Our Future, and interned for State Representative Chris Taylor. Sean interned for Governor Evers, serving for a year as an intern on his campaign and moving to the Governor’s office to serve as an Appointments Intern. Sean was active on the Edgewood College Campus; as a founding voice for the Queer Student Center, the President of Edgewood SAFE, the Vice-President of the Edgewood College Democrats, and Vice president the Edgewood Pre-Law Society.
Sean graduated from Madison East High School in 2016. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Edgewood College in 2020 with a B.S. in Political Science and a minor in Photography.
Civic Engagement Coordinator
Nick Famularo joins Fair Wisconsin after working as the LGBTQ+ Coalitions Manager for the Democratic Party of Wisconsin. His interests lie at the intersection of electoral organizing and queer political power, as well as the importance of LGBTQ+ leadership in all aspects of civic life. Nick graduated from Yale University with a B.A. in Political Science and completed his senior research project on the need for political campaigns to better engage members of the LGBTQ+ community. He has worked on behalf of several nonprofit organizations and candidates for office over the past three years, leading LGBTQ+ voter outreach programs at both the statewide and local levels.
Nick was born in New York and raised in Northeast Florida. He moved to Madison in July of 2022.