Meg E. Dodge
Principal & Co-founder, Indigo 8 Advisors
Meg E. Dodge is a principal and co-founder of Indigo 8 Advisors which works with clients to develop and manage a customized Opportunity Zone investment strategy aligned to their financial and values-based objectives. Prior to forming Indigo 8 with Javelin 19 and Indigo Asset Services, Meg held a leadership role at Morgan Stanley where she served as an Executive Director from 2018-2019 with the Private Bank’s Strategic Lending Group. With her team, Meg planned and advised on tax-efficient borrowing strategies through publishing whitepapers and delivering internal and external road shows to creatively implement solutions. Meg also worked on a firmwide initiative to focus on the banking and lending need of women. Before joining Morgan Stanley, Meg was a Senior Vice President at Goldman Sachs & Co. where she was a corporate fiduciary and helped form and lead The Goldman Sachs Trust Company’s Estate Services Group.
Currently, Meg serves as a member of the Board of Directors of The Art Therapy Project, the Kent School Alumni Council, the Colby College Friends of Art, and is a mentor for Students Sponsors Partners.
Meg earned her B.A. from Colby College and her J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law, and LLM from New York University School of Law.