Megan Mayhugh’s career has spanned over 25 years and multiple industries. She has held executive level positions at McKinsey & Co; Bridgewater Associates, the world’s largest hedge fund; major banking and financial institutions; and several founder and private equity backed scale-ups across many industries. Meg has developed subject-matter expertise in strategy, finance, human resources, and operations, but she’s never lost sight of the people that drive business results.
In her role as Chief Growth Officer at ERC, Meg oversees overall revenue growth and sales strategies for ERC Services, including ERC Membership, Professional Development, and ERChealth.
Prior to joining ERC, Meg served as Chief of Staff and oversaw talent and HR for INSIGHT2PROFIT, a consulting company focused on helping increase the profitability of portfolio companies of private equity firms, namely through price. As part of her responsibilities, she built out a talent and recruiting function that more than doubled the number of hires in the first year.
Meg was also the Chief Growth Officer at Talent Launch, where she was responsible for all revenue and operations across their six recruiting and staffing firms. As part of those responsibilities, she worked to help implement EOS in all six companies, with her sitting in the visionary role.
In addition, Meg has held a number of senior roles in HR and other enablement functions at companies, including Bridgewater Associates, National City Bank, PNC Bank, and Dealer Tire, where she was a Partner and Chief People Officer.
Before moving into human resources, Meg was an Organizational Expert at McKinsey & Company, where she helped global clients solve problems related to creating a high-performing organization and team. She also led global training of other McKinsey associates on tools and best practices linked to organizational behavior and effectiveness. Meg began her career as a bond trader at McDonald & Company and BB&T Capital Markets.
Meg graduated magna cum laude from Amherst College with a degree in psychology. She also has an MBA from the Tuck School at Dartmouth College, where she was the recipient of the Julia Stell Award for outstanding school contributions.
Meg lives in Shaker Heights with her three children: Praslin, Colin, and Kensington.