Meg Massey is a journalist covering social impact and social justice in the world of finance. Her writing has been featured in Time, Fortune, Impact Alpha, and others. She began her social sector career at the Obama White House, and later led strategic communications for the Global Steering Group for Impact Investment and the Urban Institute’s Research to Action Lab. She received her BA from Mount Holyoke College and her MA from Georgetown University.
Participatory funding puts decisions into the hands of those most affected by the money. It's a massive shift – but one that could make philanthropy and impact investing more open, transparent and community-driven.