Director of Social Impact at Lockheed Martin
Meagan Campion is the Director of Social Impact at Lockheed Martin where she is responsible for delivering charitable giving, sponsorship, and employee engagement programs aligned to key business priorities. Her team’s focus is to improve the lives of those who defend freedom, cultivate the STEM workforce of the future, and strengthen the resiliency of communities where we live and work. This includes facilitating internal governance bodies chartered to provide assurance to the CEO and Board of Directors on nearly $32 million in philanthropic and other forms of enterprise-level giving; guiding data-driven and powerful narratives for internal and external audiences; and cultivating a world-class community of practice for Lockheed Martin community relations professionals.
Previously, Ms. Campion led integration and communications efforts in support of the corporation’s transformational operations strategy leveraging emerging, digitally enabled capabilities to best serve our customers and stakeholders.
She directed External Engineering Advocacy Initiatives for Lockheed Martin’s Corporate Engineering and Program Operations organization where she was responsible for identifying initiatives that are at the crux of the engineering enterprise’s needs and Lockheed Martin’s business objectives. To cultivate the next generation of technical workforce talent, she led national initiatives such as university engineering leaderships programs and public-private education partnerships. Lockheed Martin was the founding partner of the National Engineering Forum (NEF), and in her role, Ms. Campion brought NEF her expertise in corporate outreach and program management.
Ms. Campion was Lockheed Martin’s Manager of Corporate Philanthropy, focusing the Corporation’s community relations practices on STEM education initiatives; civic, cultural, environmental, and health & human services programs; employee disaster relief efforts; and causes of importance to its customers, including the U.S. military and other government agencies.
Prior to joining Lockheed Martin, Ms. Campion was the Executive Director of Business Strengthening America where she led the charge of the American business community’s response to President Bush’s “Call to Service”, challenging the private sector to galvanize its resources to foster responsible corporate leadership and citizen service. She has also served as Manager of Corporate Citizenship Programs at AT&T.
Ms. Campion earned her Bachelor of Science in Architecture (Design) from Clemson University.