Meg Campbell manages PTV’s Easement Program, a job that happily takes her to every corner of Vermont every single year. Over the last decade, she has spearheaded PTV’s storytelling efforts, including making nearly 50 short films for award-winning projects around the state. These efforts have led her to co-found the Vermont Story Lab, an effort to help nonprofits of all kinds tell stories that increase their reach and impact. Meg also manages PTV’s website and newsletter, occasionally helps out with Field Services, and runs the annual Silent Auction in the fall.
Meg is a co-founder of the Citizens for a Greater Bennington. She currently serves on the board of directors for the Vermont Arts Exchange and has served on the Better Bennington Board and the Bennington Historic Preservation Commission. She attended Syracuse University in Florence Italy, is a graduate of Williams College and holds a masters’ degree in historic preservation from the University of Vermont.
Meg and her husband Donald live on a family farm in Bennington where they have raised their two strong and smart daughters. She and her sheep-puppy Kit are working together to learn how to handle their growing flock of sheep.