Megan De Trane is the Digital Communications Specialist for the Kenneth Rainin Foundation. She manages the Foundation’s digital communications and marketing functions as well as a range of cross-departmental projects. Most recently, she led a redesign of the Foundation’s main website to improve the user experience on the site with a focus on making it accessible to people with disabilities.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Megan completed marketing and editorial internships at HarperOne, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers. She also provided digital marketing and communications support to a Stanford Professor and stroke survivor who published a book to help other survivors in their emotional recovery, with all of the author’s proceeds going to the nonprofit initiative, Stroke Onward. Megan has worked with various nonprofit organizations, including the San Francisco chapter of the American Marketing Association, The Marine Mammal Center and Dogs4Diabetics.
Megan holds a BS in Animal Science from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. She completed the Summer Institute for General Management at Stanford University and holds a Digital Marketing Certificate from General Assembly San Francisco. Megan has a passion for creating accessible communications. She completed an online course on accessibility and inclusive design through the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Megan also participated in the 2023 Rising Leaders Cohort through Northern California Grantmakers.
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