CFSA Welcomes Two New Staff Members

The Community Foundation for Southern Arizona is excited to welcome two new staff members, Meg Sheehan and Monique Conway. Learn more about our team here.

CFSA is pleased to announce that Meg Sheehan has joined our team as Associate Gift Officer & Director of the LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund.

As the Associate Gift Officer, Meg will continue to build strong relationships with CFSA’s donors and support the operational functions of the Philanthropy Department. As the Director of the LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund, she will help grow the fund’s assets through the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of current and prospective donors.

After spending most of her adult life in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, Meg discovered the people and landscape of Southern Arizona, making it her forever home. She appreciates the welcoming and kindhearted nature of Tucsonans and aspires to create a long-term, positive impact for CFSA and the LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund.

Meg has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Outside work, she enjoys exploring on her bike and hiking boots, traveling internationally, and being a mom to two extraordinary young women.

CFSA is pleased to welcome Monique Conway as our new Digital Marketing & Communications Manager. In her new role, Monique will lead the development and implementation of CFSA’s digital communication strategy, as well as support general communications and event planning for CFSA.

Born and raised in Tucson, Arizona, Monique has a passion for Southern Arizona nonprofits. She has over ten years of experience in marketing and communications, with more than six years dedicated to nonprofit marketing. Prior to joining CFSA, Monique was the Marketing Lead at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona and the Marketing and Events Manager at Ben’s Bells.

Monique has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Northern Arizona University. Outside of work, Monique enjoys traveling with her husband and son, kayaking with her rescue dog, and discussing ways to make a difference in her community with peers.