Meg Stoltzfus joined the Financial Council team in June, 2022 as the Navigator of our Live Well Retirement Navigation℠ program. She brings over 20 years of experience in counseling, education, and program development to this role, and she will utilize her skills as an Aging Life Care Professional® and a Retirement Coach to guide clients on their path to living well in retirement.
Before joining FCI, Meg spent 10 years as a Lifespan Services Manager at Johns Hopkins University. In this role, Meg helped employees plan for family transitions and investigate caregiving resources across their lifespan. Meg gained national recognition for developing a novel vending machine concept that provided breast pumping supplies to mothers while at work.
Meg began her career as a counselor and clinical supervisor in drug treatment programs. From these experiences she learned how to support people as they work through difficult life changes. This valuable skill has continued to be relevant throughout her career.
Meg received an M.S. degree in counseling in 1999 from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a post-Bachelor’s certificate in Geriatric Care Management from the University of Florida. She is also licensed as a Clinical Professional Counselor in Maryland. She lives in Baltimore with her husband and two teenage children. Meg enjoys traveling with family, spending time with friends, baking delicious treats and taking neighborhood walks with her Goldendoodle, Sophie.