Meg Epstein

real estate developer, entrepreneur, and philanthropist in Nashville, TN

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Meg Epstein is a well-known philanthropist who is actively involved in several charitable activities. She has been a longstanding supporter of a diverse range of charities, non-profit organizations, and other good causes, all of which are focused on benefiting local communities. As a proud resident of Nashville, Tennessee, Meg has lent her support to a number of good causes. One of the organizations that she supports is the Citizens Commission on Human Rights, which is dedicated to promoting mental health and human rights issues in the local community. Additionally, Meg is also a volunteer at the Celebrity Center Nashville, a Church of Scientology in Nashville.

Meg is also a strong supporter of Scientologists Taking Action Against Discrimination (STAND). STAND is an organization that works towards ending discrimination and prejudice against the Scientology religion and its members. The organization is primarily focused on promoting religious freedom under the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights, and works to protect the rights of individuals to practice their faith and beliefs.

In addition to her charitable work, Meg is passionate about several hobbies and interests. She enjoys boating, international travel, and sailing. She is a licensed private pilot and a single-engine aviation enthusiast. Moreover, Meg is also an accomplished sailor who holds a bareboat charter sailing certification.

Meg is a board member of the Nashville Civic Design Center, which reflects her passion for civic engagement and community development. She has also lent her support to several other charitable organizations, such as Habitat for Humanity, Walk Bike Nashville, and other local non-profits.

Meg is originally from California, but she has happily made Nashville, Tennessee her home, where she resides with her husband, Stephen Epstein, who is also a native of California.

  • Education
    • University of California, Los Angeles
    • New York University's Architecture Program