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Meghan Loper

Board Member

Ms. Loper has been helping shape State policy for more than decade. She brings to Capitol Strategies Group (CSG) extensive government affairs experience advocating for private businesses and working with elected officials. Meghan has a unique ability to identify policy opportunities, develop effective advocacy strategies and achieve success by utilizing her bipartisan network of key decision-makers. 

Prior to joining CSG, Meghan served as Public Policy Director for Majestic Realty Co., one of the nation’s largest privately held, family-owned real estate development firms.  With Majestic properties playing a critical role in the supply chain, Meghan served on several regional goods movement committees and stakeholder agency advisory groups. She gained extensive experience on transportation issues by serving as the lead staffer for a member of the California Transportation Commission. Meghan was also the Program Director for the Majestic Realty Foundation, collaborating with nonprofits on programs related to health, education, and violence prevention.  

Meghan was selected for the Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs in Los Angeles. Coro is a graduate-level leadership training program that provides experience in the public affairs arena. Meghan received her MBA from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California. A two-time Trojan grad, she also graduated Cum Laude with departmental honors and holds a Bachelor of Science in Public Policy and Management from the University of Southern California. She serves on the Leadership Council for the Sol Price School of Public Policy at USC.Meghan and her husband, Retired USMC Reserve Lieutenant Colonel Matt Vogt, have three children and live in Sacramento, California.

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