President and Chief Executive Officer
Fulmer assumed position of President and CEO of PADV on March 1, 2012. Fulmer’s experience with non-profit leadership includes roles with the American Heart Association and, most recently, March of Dimes. During her tenure with both organizations, she developed a strong foundation in organizational development, volunteer recruitment and revenue generation. In 2010, she successfully led a 6 percent revenue increase while managing over 200 employees in five states for the March of Dimes. Additionally, three of the states managed by Fulmer received the March of Dimes President’s Team Award for financial performance in 2010.
“Meagan has an incredible background with non-profit organizations and has demonstrated the ability and passion to lead this organization into the future,” said Anne Bowen-Long, Chair of PADV Board of Directors. “We are eager to continue bringing domestic violence out of the shadows and empower people to finally begin to discuss it. The board is confident in Meagan’s ability to lead PADV in fulfilling our mission of ending the crime of domestic partner violence.”
Fulmer earned a B.A. degree from Western Kentucky University in 1993 and earned certification in executive leadership and change management at Cornell University.