Meghan Keane advises clients facing litigation, regulatory and reputational challenges, with a focus on helping clients execute innovative digital campaigns. Her work spans a range of CLS Strategies’ practice areas, including crisis and litigation, public affairs and international.
Meghan’s expansive litigation portfolio includes work with clients in the technology, health care and financial services sectors, including several Fortune 500 companies facing litigation and reputational threats around the world. She has helped develop strategy, harness third party voices and leverage the media to communicate our clients’ position and help win favorable media coverage in high-profile cases.
Meghan is also involved in the firm’s international and public affairs work advising political leaders, corporations and international organizations in the Middle East, Africa, Europe and Latin America. Notably, Meghan has helped raise awareness around human rights in Iran and contributed to the firm’s digital strategy in the successful “Don’t Comcast the Internet” campaign against the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger.
Before joining CLS Strategies, Meghan interned with Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, a Washington, D.C.-based research and strategic consulting firm, assisting the International team with research on six projects spanning five continents. She has also worked for various trade policy organizations in Washington, D.C. and Brussels, Belgium. Most recently, she interned with Council of the Americas, where she represented the policy interests of leading international companies operating throughout the Western Hemisphere across a broad range of sectors.
Meghan graduated cum laude from Carleton College in Minnesota with a degree in political science/international relations and concentrations in Latin American Studies and Spanish. She was recently named an Outstanding Young PR Professional by PR Week and one of PR News' Rising Stars 30 & Under.