Megan Schreiber has been a dedicated part of United Way since 2012 and is currently the Director of the 211 Program. She has been an active volunteer through her work at Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Center in Oshkosh and Girl Scouts and is an active volunteer through Emerging Leaders, Turkey Trot, and youth coaching. Prior to her time at United Way, she worked at Buffalo Wild Wings, and US Bank. Megan says, “I love that United Way invests in so many aspects of our community and provides opportunities to people that can be lifechanging! I am most proud of my kids. They are kind and active in volunteering. They have a great sense of community at a young age.” Outside of work, Megan loves to hike, kayak, and swim. She is also the founder and coach for Wisconsin River Rollers, a competitive log rolling team. She and her husband coach together and their kids are part of the team. Megan loves music and can often be found singing and dancing in her car….much to the embarrassment of her kids! Megan grew up in Rothschild and she and her husband have been married for 15 years.
Director of 211