Megan Topper, 34, of West Bloomfield is the associate director, Philanthropic Advancement & NEXTGen Detroit at the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit. Previously, Megan worked in Jewish education at Congregation Shaarey Zedek for seven years. There, she built a family education program designed to deepen parents’ engagement in their children’s Jewish learning experience. A graduate of Michigan State University undergrad and Walsh College, where she earned her MBA, Megan has a passion for learning and professional growth. She enjoys utilizing her background and skills to propel her in her efforts of positively impacting the community.
Megan is dedicated to the mission of meeting the needs of the Jewish people and building a vibrant Jewish future in Detroit, Israel and around the world. She spends her days collaborating with dedicated volunteers to engage members of the community and raise funds that provide a safety net of services to so many. Outside of work, Megan loves being with her family — her husband, Aubrey, and daughter, Aviva Rose. Together they enjoy going on adventures to see hidden gems in the Metro Detroit area, including any activity that is outdoors and spending time with their extended family.