Megin McDonell has over two decades of management experience working in nonprofits, including grant writing, 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 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 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 husband and two teenaged children.
Communications and Development Manager
Amber Sowards brings her experience in nonprofit communications and development to a full time position shared collaboratively by Fair Wisconsin and GSAFE. Amber has an MFA in Photographic and Electronic Media from The Maryland Institute College of Art. Amber was born and raised in Dundalk, a working class port town located outside the city limits of Baltimore, and moved to Wisconsin in 2009.
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.