Susan Meaney ('82)
Susan Meaney is a Managing Director at Makena Capital Management where she is responsible for overseeing Makena’s Real Assets investments, including Real Estate and Natural Resources. She is a member of the firm’s Investment Committee.
Prior to joining Makena Capital, Susan Meaney ('82) was Director of Real Estate and Real Assets Investments for the William & Flora Hewlett Foundation. While at the Foundation, she built the portfolio to over $1 billion in outstanding commitments. Prior to joining the Foundation in 2002, she served for eight years as a Managing Director at the Stanford Management Company where she was responsible for the development and management of 700 acres of Stanford University’s commercial real estate holdings. Ms. Meaney was previously a Vice President with AEW in Boston where she worked with the Ventures Group. She began her career at Eastdil Realty in New York and Bain & Company in Palo Alto. Ms. Meaney graduated from Stanford University with an AB with Honors, and earned an MBA from The Tuck School at Dartmouth.