Maegan  Scott

Maegan Scott

Maegan Scott is an organizational change luminary who leads with a racial justice lens. She founded Wayfinding Partners to create an affirming space for Black, Indigenous, and other people of color (BIPOC) wishing to dismantle systems of oppression and make way for a reimagined, liberated society. Since its founding, Wayfinding has blossomed into a team of seven full-time staff members and a cadre of more than twenty racial equity training specialists. Maegan’s carefully curated team has partnered with over 30 nonprofit, philanthropic, and private sector organizations. Some of her accomplishments include designing and launching Leadership Montgomery’s Racial Equity Action Leadership (REAL) Inclusion cohort-based program and supporting the reconstitution of A Way Home America’s board into one with a majority of youth with lived expertise of homelessness. Maegan brings more than 15 years of experience in philanthropy and nonprofits to Wayfinding. Her approach to facilitating change is emergent, holistic, and healing-centered. She is a Reiki practitioner who cultivates spaces where individuals' energetic, emotional, and physical selves are seen, heard, and respected. Maegan has a bachelor’s degree from American University, an executive certificate in nonprofit management from Georgetown University, and a master’s in organization development from the Graziadio Business School at Pepperdine University. She resides in Kensington, Maryland with her husband and their entitled cat.