Megan Corey is Senior Executive and Director of Digital Engagement, Marketing and Communications at the National League of Cities (NLC)— the voice of America’s cities, towns and villages, representing more than 200 million people across the country. NLC works to strengthen local leadership, influence federal policy and drive innovative solutions. Megan provides leadership and management for NLC internal and external communications, marketing campaigns, digital platforms and visual design functions.

Before joining the NLC in 2018, Megan spent nearly 10 years as the Senior Director of Marketing and Communications for the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, an organization founded by the American Heart Association and the Clinton Foundation to empower kids to develop lifelong, healthy habits. At Healthier Generation Megan was responsible for developing marketing and communications strategies to increase participation in organization programs and drive financial support. In this role, Megan oversaw national marketing campaigns, media relations, digital communications and celebrity engagement.

Prior to joining the Alliance in 2009, Megan served as Director of Communications for the International Longevity Center, a national think-tank on aging issues, where she oversaw external communications and media relations activities. Her passion for policy and health communications began working with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society developing public relations and marketing strategies for patient services and fundraising campaigns.

She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Miami, Florida where she studied communications and psychology. Originally from Philadelphia, Megan, her husband and young daughter currently reside in the suburbs of Washington, DC where she is an avid runner and loyal Philadelphia sports fan.