Megan Wong is a Lean Fellow at Spring Impact. She has done a variety of strategy and operational projects in financial inclusion, college access, and corporate social responsibility. Most recently, she spent five years at SaverLife (formerly EARN), a financial technology nonprofit helping working families build savings habits. As the SaverLife team iterated through several rounds of product and go-to-market strategies, she sought out external Lean experts and led internal Lean trainings to quicken the pace of experimentation and decision-making. During Megan’s tenure, the flagship app grew from 0 to 500,000 members.

Megan holds an MBA from the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business and a Bachelor’s Degree from Princeton University. Recent speaking includes:

  • Prosperity Summit: Exploring the Promise and Risks of Fintech for Low- and Moderate-Income Communities (September 2018)
  • Boston Fintech Week: Fintech for Social Impact (September 2018)
  • California Asset-Building Coalition Assets Matter Symposium: Leveraging Technology to Scale Savings (December 2018)
  • Haas School of Business: Fintech for Inclusion (February 2019)
  • Human Resource Executive (HRE) Health Benefits and Leadership Conference, Ideas and Innovation Session: From Rainy Day to 401K (April 2019)
  • Financial Health Network: Roadmap for Partnerships and Profitability (July 2019)
  • Jack Kent Cooke Scholars Weekend: Becoming a Student of Yourself (August 2021)
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