Meredith oversees CLiF programs with a focus on developing our long-term, in-depth program model. She ensures CLiF’s partners reap the benefits of a community-wide culture of literacy both during their sponsorships and long after the sponsorship has ended.
Meredith has built her career on finding new, creative ways to interpret and share information with diverse audiences. She is experienced in all aspects of program development, from strategic vision to individual event details. Her work helps our partners nurture relationships within their communities, build strong cultures of literacy, and strategize for long-term sustainability of their programs.
Meredith earned a double major in history and art history from Dartmouth and began her career in museums in Washington, DC, and Colorado. She went on to earn a Masters degree from the University of Glasgow and moved to Vermont to work at Shelburne Museum. In 2002 she was hired to be the first curator and employee at the then brand-new Vermont Ski Museum (now Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum) and served there for 12 years, for the last seven as director. In the meantime, she pursued education studies at Johnson State College, tutored at Mt. Mansfield Winter Academy and North American Hockey Academy, and mentored young readers in Waterbury with Everybody Wins!.
Meredith joined CLiF in January, 2014. She lives with her daughter and dog in Morrisville, Vermont.