Megan Beth Lott is delighted to serve as the Vice President for Development on the GAHF Board of Directors. Currently, Megan is the Vice President of Development at Accuracy in Media, the nation’s oldest media watchdog organization, where she oversees all aspects of its fundraising operations, and she also serves as a Contributing Editor to the AIM Report newsletter. She brings over thirty years of experience in development within the public policy and charitable communities. Megan graduated from The College of William and Mary with a B.A. in Government. Formerly the Director of Development at the Media Research Center, Senior Director of Development at the Center for Individual Rights, and Senior Director of Membership and Development at the American Legislative Exchange Council, Megan has also raised funds for The Lab School of Washington, The National Council for Adoption, The Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute, and The Leadership Institute. Megan is a Lifetime Member of the Lexington Who’s Who and has raised over $250 million for the causes she passionately believes in.

An avid reader and history buff, Megan also enjoys travel, music and theater. A native of Woodbridge, Virginia, and a proud “Navy brat,” she is co-coordinator of her high school reunions and serves as a Class Ambassador for her alumni class at the College of William & Mary.

Megan is active in politics at the local, state and national levels and is a member of the Jane Austen Society of North America, the Titanic Historical Society, and is dedicated to the work of the National Safe Haven Alliance. She was recently honored by Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj, the President of Mongolia, for her dedication to women’s and children’s issues in his country. But her most beloved role is that of being a devoted “Auntie” to her niece, nephews and 26 godchildren.