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Megan McCabe

Megan McCabe


MEGAN MCCABE – Cohesion Foundation Trustee

Megan McCabe is the co-founder of M2 Marketing, a Columbus-based branding, web solutions and graphic design company, developed with partner and former OSU football player, Ryan Miller. She works with business leaders around the country to understand corporate objectives and strategically create their brand presence by optimizing messaging and resources. For her full professional bio, go to:

Meg has a long-standing commitment to service and leadership development in the community. After being influenced by the Mettler Toledo Initial Career Experience (ICE) Program herself, she started the Community Oriented Leadership Development (ICE COLD) program to encourage former and current ICE members to give back. Meg serves on the 2nd & 7 Foundation Advisory Board after a term as a Board Member, writes books for the Foundation and leads those in her circle to pay it forward as well.

Meg earned her bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Engineering from The Ohio State University and was involved in Tau Beta Pi, the OSU Engineering Honor Society. After earning honors as a Wyoming High School Ohio Girls Basketball Division III State Champion, State Tournament VIP and Player of the Year, she excelled in college athletics as well as a Big Ten Scholar Athlete in basketball while at Ohio State. Meg has coached youth sports throughout the years, including two years as a Shanahan Middle School football coach.

Meg is a valuable contributor to Cohesion Foundation’s Board with providing strategic marketing insights and strategies in community service.

“I have an empathetic concern for student-athletes and understand their pressures, having played college basketball at Ohio State, coaching sports, encouraging my sons in sports and promoting a healthy lifestyle. It’s an absolute pleasure to give back to Cohesion Foundation, a non-profit organization that is so focused on helping these student-athletes use their purpose-driven NIL opportunities for good.”

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