Megan Hunt, Deputy Chair

Megan joined the Board of Border Trust in July 2020, and prior to that was a valued member of the Border Trust Fundraising Committee.

Megan moved to Albury Wodonga from Christchurch, New Zealand in 2011, and now calls this region her ‘home among the gum trees’ with her young family.

Megan works in Population Health at Gateway Health in Wodonga and previously in Community Development at Wodonga Council. As part of her current role as Food Systems Health Promotion Coordinator at Gateway Health, she coordinates the Albury Wodonga Local Food Network.

She has a passion for community, people and looking for opportunities to make a collective impact where she can across the community.

Megan is delighted to be part of the Border Trust. “I take great pride and fulfilment in being able to contribute to my community in a meaningful way. I love living in Albury Wodonga, as it is a wonderful, connected place to live and has so much to offer as a community.

I am excited to be a part of the growth of the Trust and it’s future direction, as we continue to build and support the various needs and interests, we have in our region.”

A Community Foundation is an independent philanthropic organisation working in a specific geographic area which, over time, builds up a collection of endowed funds from many donors in the community. It provides services to the community and its donors, makes grants and undertakes community leadership and partnership activities to address a wide variety of needs in its service area.”