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TINA Meier

Founder & Executive Director

Tina Meier is an internationally recognized speaker on bullying, cyberbullying, internet safety, digital footprints, conflict resolution, sexting, and suicide awareness and prevention. On October 16, 2006, Tina Meier’s life took a devastating turn when her 13 year old daughter, Megan Taylor Meier, took her own life following a cruel cyberbullying incident. In December of 2007, Tina Meier founded the 501 (c)(3) non-profit Megan Meier Foundation. Each year, Tina travels throughout the country as a keynote speaker addressing the issue of bullying and cyberbullying in today’s world. Since 2008, Tina has reached more than 355,000 students, educators, and parents through her presentations.

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KAte BolHofner

Director of Development

From directing our fundraising events, to writing compelling grants, Kate feeds off of creativity and personal connections in her position. A St. Charles resident, Kate graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with her Master’s degree in Business Administration with an emphasis on Marketing and Organizational Behavior. Kate learned about the Foundation through her work with WashU’s Taylor Community Consulting Program, where she and her fellow MBAs provided pro-bono consulting work for Megan Meier Foundation in 2013. She has been a valuable member of our team since 2016.



Program Coordinator

Elizabeth Bloom is a public health outreach worker from the suburbs of Philadelphia Pennsylvania. After graduating from college at Saint Joseph's University, she began working as a journalist and volunteering in Jasper County, South Carolina. She began her work with the Peace Corps in 2017 and spent two years in Cameroon promoting public health with youth, including working to combat stigmas surrounding HIV/AIDS, gender, cultural and societal norms, and sexuality. Elizabeth is passionate about designing and implementing programs while empowering youth to take on leadership roles.