In this first episode, Canadian Director, Mary-Lyn Kieffer, will speak with Megan Kee about her inspiration behind starting Twentytwenty Arts.
After Megan's brother died in 2016, she founded Twentytwenty Arts, an organization using art to raise awareness for mental health, homelessness, and addiction. Informed by her own experiences, and a mission to humanize stigmatized populations, Megan collaborates with artists and charities to raise funds for their programs, increase donor engagement, and raise awareness for some of society’s most pressing issues.
Megan Kee is the Founder and Director of Twentytwenty Arts, a creative agency in Toronto that produces art-focused campaigns for charitable organizations with a special focus on mental health, homelessness, and addiction. With over 10 years of experience in the fine-art industry, Megan believes in the power of visual art to create meaningful change in the social impact landscape.