Meaghan Hohl is an accomplished public affairs professional with over 20 years of experience in the corporate, government and non-profit sectors. As a Partner at Seven Letter, Meaghan brings her expertise in developing and executing strategic marketing and advocacy campaigns, strategic planning and coalition building to a diverse set of clients.
Meaghan began her career at the Massachusetts State House, and went on to serve on the district, legislative and Presidential campaign staffs of Secretary John Kerry. While in Washington, she spent time in both the House and the Senate before leaving Capitol Hill to focus on strategic communications and advocacy work at a leading public affairs firm.
In 2010, Meaghan returned to her native Massachusetts where she spent close to a decade leading marketing and communications efforts across various business lines of Fidelity Investments. After leaving Fidelity, Meaghan served as the Director of Awards and Special Projects at the JFK Library Foundation where, among other projects, Meaghan managed the Profiles in Courage and New Frontier Awards Programs.
Meaghan attended the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, where she earned her BA in History and Political Science. While in Washington, Meaghan graduated from The George Washington University with an MBA in International Business and Corporate Social Responsibility. Meaghan lives on the South Shore with her family where she is an active member of her community.
Meaghan works in the Seven Letter Boston office.