Megan Wever started her career in Oregon politics in 2012 and has quickly developed a record of success on state, legislative, and local races.
Her involvement with the political process began with building grassroots support for statewide and congressional Democratic candidates. Since then, she has been involved in electoral victories in multiple capacities, including managing winning campaigns, creating and executing communications strategies, and establishing strategic partnerships and coalitions.
She served as Deputy Finance Director for Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler’s 2016 primary victory and managed the successful campaigns of State Representative Janeen Sollman and Washington County Commissioner Pam Treece.
Through roles at the Home Builders Association and on the Yes for Affordable Housing campaign, Megan has been particularly engaged in local housing issues. Before joining Hilltop, she built a broad coalition and served as a spokesperson for affordable housing focused Measure 102 – the only statewide ballot measure to pass in 2018.
Megan graduated from the University of Oregon with an honors degree in Political Science and a B.S. in Sociology.