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Freeman Means Business

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Wonder Woman in Business, Meghan Lundeen

Meghan Lundeen is an entrepreneur that has started four businesses.  She is also an HR Business Partner for a Fortune 100 company with a passion for all things talent and leveraging talent to compete in an ever-changing business landscape. Her background is in communications and she’s supported the CIO and CFO’s of a Fortune 100 company as a communication consultant.

Meghan started her professional career in the news business, working in Peoria, IL, followed by a top 40 market in South Carolina.  She left the news business to work for a federally funded Housing Authority. After a short time, she became the Director of Business Development & Marketing for the Housing Authority, where she founded the Access to Resource and Referral Opportunities, also known as the ARRO program, all while leading strategy and implementation of the authority’s first public image campaign.

Meghan graduated from Illinois State University with a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication. She has a Master of Science in Organizational Leadership with an emphasis on Human Resource Management from Colorado State University. She was in the 2010 class of 40 Leaders Under 40, and is a recipient of the Prescott E. Bloom Distinguished Service award.

Meghan co-chairs the self-reliance grant review team for Heart of Illinois United Way, founded the Tri-County Interagency Council, helped launch Emerging Philanthropists of Central Illinois within the Community Foundation, and more.  Meghan is a past president of the Board of Directors for Peoria Friendship House and the former chair of the Board for Methodist College. She also led a fundraiser for several years to rappel off historic buildings for Peoria Friendship House, where she humbly served on the Board for six years.

Meghan lives for her husband, two girls, and any international travel she can possibly squeeze in.  This January, she went to her 15th country and has a long list of locations she’s working on as soon as Covid-19 is over.

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