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Meg Duberek

Engagement & Operations Lead

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A member of the Knowledge and Technologies team, Meg's work concentrates on reach and efficicay of ERS' message delivery and digital marketing strategies. They work with the Communications and Consulting teams to development outreach and engagement strategies that align with ERS goals and priorities. 

Originally, Meg joined ERS in 2009 as assistant to Karen Hawley Miles and Karen Baroody, as well as overall adminsitrative and operations support to the organization. As the Senior Administrative Assistant and Events Coordinator, she led the Administrative Team in keeping the office running smoothly and planning ERS events, as well as supported other initiatives around organizational development and training initiatives.

She then joined the Communications & Partnerships Team in December 2016 to focus on understanding the reach and engagement of ERS' audience. In this role they assisted the team in strategizing for and analyzing the responses from our external work at conferences, the webinars, our internal databases, newsletters, and this website. Meg owned the team's data tracking and reporting, supported the organization's website design and maintenance, and managed the implementation and execution of effective systeming and operational processes across the team and organization. 

Prior to joining ERS, Meg interned with the marketing team of a small software development startup in Somerville and acted as a Client Services Associate at a targeted direct mail marketing services orgamization in Waltham.

Outside of work, Meg can be usually be found outside hiking or in a hammock with a book. If they've got to be inside, it’s usually with a small group of friends around a board game.

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