Margaret focuses on grant writing and individual giving for Hispanic Access Foundation.
Margaret earned her B.A. in business from Sweet Briar College. After finishing her undergraduate degree, Margaret attended the University of Lynchburg where she obtained her M.A. in nonprofit leadership studies. Prior to joining Hispanic Access, she served as the Graduate Assistant for Equity and Inclusion at the University of Lynchburg and worked with Concern Worldwide as a Major Gifts Fellow. She is passionate about diversity, equity, and inclusion, and is dedicated to serving Latino communities.