Meg Olson is a communications strategist with an expertise in social and digital media. As an associate, she works with electoral and legislative advocacy campaigns to plan and execute their messaging goals.
Meg is a California native who came to Oregon for college and quickly fell into local politics. She has worked on local campaigns for State Senator Peter Courtney and the 2016 Democratic Coordinated Campaign where she staffed and organized for progressive candidates in Marion and Polk Counties.
Meg has specialized experience in political communications after serving in key roles at the National Foundation for Women Legislators and the Confederation of Oregon School Administrators. In those roles, she worked on various state policy issues with elected officials and school leaders, advising communications and digital strategy. She has consulted with the National Organization for Black County Officials and with various private media companies.
Meg has a Bachelor’s Degree from Willamette University in Salem, Oregon where she double-majored in Politics and Civic Communications & Media Studies and a Master’s Degree in Political Management from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. She lives in Salem with her husband and three children.