Loaves & Fishes Welcomes Megan Lynch to the Board of Directors

Loaves & Fishes Community Services Welcomes Megan Lynch to the Board of Directors

(Naperville, IL –January 18, 2023) Loaves & Fishes Community Services announces the appointment of Megan Lynch, Manager of the Charitable Fund at Duly Health and Care to their Board of Directors.

“We are excited and honored that Megan is joining our Board,” said Mike Havala, President and CEO of Loaves & Fishes. “I appreciate her deep engagement in our community and commitment to our mission.”

“The amazing team and volunteers at Loaves & Fishes work tirelessly to help our neighbors through times of need. I feel honored to join the Board of Directors and help support the organization’s ongoing efforts to fight food insecurity and provide access to healthy foods in our local community.” Said, Megan Lynch.

Megan Lynch is a social impact leader with experience across the private, public, and nonprofit sectors. In her current role, Megan serves as manager of the Charitable Fund at Duly Health and Care, where she leads grantmaking, community investments, and volunteerism initiatives in collaboration with Duly’s stakeholders and nonprofit partners. Megan also serves on Duly’s Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Council and is the chair of the Inclusion Engagement Initiatives Committee.

Prior to joining Duly Health and Care, Megan served as director of corporate relations for North Central College in Naperville for over five years. She previously managed corporate partner relationships for two global policy think tanks — The Chicago Council on Global Affairs and the Council on Foreign Relations — and got her start working in New York City at the U.S. Mission to the United Nations.

Megan also serves on the Board of Directors for Social Responsibility Chicago and the Steering Committee for Impact DuPage. Previously, Megan served on the Board of the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce (NACC), where she was the founding chair of the Chamber’s Corporate Social Responsibility Committee and was selected as a 2021 NACC 4 Under 40 Award winner.