Meet Our Associates


Meg McConnell, Design & Project Management Consultant

Meg, an Associate for Strategic Focus Associates, is a communications professional with over 16 years of experience. Based in Colorado Springs, CO, she has consulted with organizations in a variety of industries including higher education clients, technology companies, medical practices, fine arts organizations, and many in the nonprofit space. Her work primarily focuses on developing communication materials as well as graphic design and editing formal project documentation for project teams. Meg also has significant experience managing projects for national and international corporate, nonprofit, and small business clients.

Meg is a detail-oriented, analytical problem solver with the ability to quickly summarize and document key information, making sure all project team members are current on important actions, decisions, and next steps.

Specific results include:

  • Managing project timelines, technical documentation, and logistics for dozens of clients in the U.S. and abroad
  • Successfully delivering over 45 corporate consulting projects that generated over $150,000 in new revenue 
  • Receiving the American Inhouse Design Awards by Graphic Design USA Magazine and The Creative Group

Professional Experience
Associate, Strategic Focus Associates, 2012 – Present
Owner, Meg McConnell Design + Communications, 2004 - Present
Consultant, Knowledge Capital Group, 2009-2012
Communications Designer, LifePoint, 2007-2009
Interactive Designer, Blackbaud, Inc., 2004-2007
Director of Operations, College of Charleston, 2002-2004

Master of Arts in Communication, College of Charleston
Bachelor of Arts in Communication, College of Charleston

Partial Client List
Medical University of South Carolina, University of Arizona, University of Texas System, The University of Texas at Arlington, The University of Texas Pan American, Dragon Boat Charleston, Charleston Redevelopment Corporation / Palmetto Community Land Trust, College of Charleston, Centers for Disease Control, Charleston Symphony Orchestra, Clemson University