Meghan Milloy is a Managing Director for the Financial Services Sector team within the Strategic Communications segment in Washington, D.C. Meghan specializes in public affairs and related communications strategy for the financial services sector.
Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Meghan was the Director of Strategic Communications at the Institute of International Bankers, a trade association devoted to the international banking community in the United States. There, she was responsible for creating and executing the organization’s communications strategy, both externally and internally, and including stakeholders ranging from Congress and the administration to multinational bank boards and CEOs.
Previously, Meghan was a Robert Bosch Foundation Fellow based in Berlin and Frankfurt, where she worked in Germany’s Ministry of Economics, focused on trade policy. While at the Deutsche Börse Group, Meghan worked with the regulatory strategy and compliance teams.
Earlier in her career, Meghan was the Director of Financial Services at the American Action Forum (“AAF”), a think tank that provides data-driven insight into policy challenges, where she managed the entirety of AAF’s activity in its financial services and housing finance policy portfolios. Prior to AAF, as a Presidential Management Fellow, she worked as a financial analyst at the Small Business Administration and later as Counsel for the House Committee on Small Business. In addition, she held positions at the National Republican Senatorial Committee, in the George W. Bush White House and in the office of Majority Leader Trent Lott (R-MS).
Meghan holds a J.D. from Pepperdine University School of Law and two B.A.s in Economics and Political Science from the University of Mississippi, where she graduated magna cum laude.