Megan Liddle Gude
Director of Historic South End
Megan is a Director of Historic South End with Charlotte Center City Partners. She has experience in facilitation and community engagement, coalition building and urban planning. Prior to joining Center City Partners in 2012, she was an associate with the Institute for Environmental Negotiation in Virginia. As a facilitator, she worked with community groups to build consensus around challenging issues, including local food systems, community health, racial equity, economic revitalization and Chesapeake Bay watershed management. Megan has also worked to build and coordinate diverse coalitions with United Way in Charlottesville VA and the Rights and Resources Initiative in Washington DC.
Megan earned her Master of Urban & Environmental Planning degree from the University of Virginia, and her Bachelor’s degree from the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. She and her husband Daniel, an attorney with Moore & Van Allen, live in a historic neighborhood near Center City.