Megan Foley

Megan Foley

Member Relations Manager
Member Relations
In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately our own responsibility.”
Eleanor Roosevelt

When Megan joined the Junior League, she came with previous volunteer experience and knew that she wanted to learn to be a better volunteer and a stronger leader. She had no idea she was joining a group of women that included Eleanor Roosevelt, Betty Ford, and Marilyn Carlson Nelson. Megan is a believer in lifelong learning and self-improvement; she is grateful for having said yes to opportunities to shape her life and herself.


Prior to joining MRA, Megan worked with organizations across the Twin Cities in all industries to help them find talented employees on a temporary and direct hire basis. She has firsthand knowledge of the staffing and search market and special expertise in recruiting strategies, employee and talent management, and co-employment concerns. She has been responsible for many aspects of human resources including workers’ compensation, investigations, compliance, training and leadership development, drug testing and background investigations, assessments, and more.

Key Accomplishments

  • Created and directed a 4-day event to train fellow Junior League members to be effective board members in the future, to understand the processes involved in becoming a member of a nonprofit board, and to learn about other nonprofits in the Twin Cities.
  • Assisted in the creation of a 6-month training program to assist low income women in transitioning out of generational poverty through assessments, increased self-awareness, learning and practicing of new behaviors, mentorship, and coaching.
  • Achieved the Certified Staffing Professional Designation (CSP) through the American Staffing Association in August 2017.


Megan earned an associate degree in music business from McNally Smith College of Music in St. Paul, Minnesota. She is currently working on a bachelor’s degree in business and human resources at the University of Minnesota.

Professional and Community Activities

  • Junior League of Minneapolis, 2006 – Present
    Currently serving on the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Task Force

  • Dress for Success Twin Cities, 2013 – 2015, 2019 – Present
    Currently facilitating a regular Networking Course for the Professional Intelligence training series