As an entrepreneur with a mind for numbers and a heart for service, Meg Moore has spent her career looking for creative solutions to hard problems. A co-founder of several firms, Meg has sought opportunities to increase equity in education, public services, and supportive care. Her two decades of board service have been focused on similar issues.
Meg has been working on cancer projects for six years. She was the initial author of the business plan for the project that has grown into the Central Texas Addressing Cancer Together (CTX-ACT) project that has now been acquired by United Way of Central Texas. This initiative supports cancer care for underserved patients across the metropolitan service area surrounding Austin.
In addition to her work at Livestrong, Meg performs cancer research with the Townsend Laboratory at the Yale School of Public Health, supporting their work to understand the mutations that lead to cancer. She holds a Ph.D. and an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin and an undergraduate degree from Harvard. She is the proud mother of a young entrepreneur.