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For Megan Hogan, navigating the intersection of immigration law and advocacy is not just a profession but a deeply personal journey. Hearing about the challenging experiences of her family’s immigration journey from the Dominican Republic to the United States has driven Hogan’s commitment to championing the rights of refugees and asylum seekers.  

From her formative years in Brooklyn Heights to her current role at Goldman Sachs, Hogan’s trajectory is a testament to resilience and determination. With a legal background rooted in pro bono clinics and immigration justice centers, she brings a unique blend of expertise and empathy to her work.

In today’s landscape, Hogan’s perspective sheds light on immigrant communities’ challenges and the importance of inclusive leadership. She catalyzes meaningful change by sharing her story, amplifying underrepresented voices, and inspiring others to join the fight for equity and justice.

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About Our Guest

Megan Hogan

Megan is Global Head of Talent and Chief Diversity Officer at Goldman Sachs. In this role, she is responsible for driving the firm’s development, retention and growth strategies, strengthening the leadership pipeline and ensuring the firm’s workforce reflects the diversity of its clients and communities.

Megan serves as a member of the Human Capital Management Global Leadership Group, the Vendor Diversity Steering Group and One Million Black Women Steering Committee. Previously, she was head of diversity recruiting. Megan joined Goldman Sachs in 2014 as a vice president on the Diversity and Inclusion team and was named managing director in 2019. Prior to joining the firm, Megan worked as a litigation associate at Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP covering white collar, insurance, and complex commercial cases and trials.

She is also a member of the Advisory Board for the Center on Race, Law & Justice at Fordham University School of Law. Megan earned a BA in African-American Studies and Psychology from Yale University in 2003 and a JD from Fordham University School of Law in 2006.