KYLE VANDER MEULEN

PARTNER

Kyle Vander Meulen is a partner at American Philanthropic and group leader of the Chicago Group. He is proud to work with his colleagues on providing consulting services to a wide range of nonprofit organizations whose missions contribute to a thriving civil society. He provides expert knowledge to his clients in strategic planning, foundations, direct mail, donor communications, and related services.

Prior to joining American Philanthropic, Kyle worked as a senior project associate with the Religious Freedom Project at Georgetown University’s Berkley Center for Religions, Peace & World Affairs. He began his career as an assistant to Michael Novak at the American Enterprise Institute. He enjoys working with organizations engaged in the interplay of religion, culture, and public life.

Kyle studied religious ethics as an undergraduate student at The George Washington University and as a graduate student at the University of Chicago Divinity School. He is a volunteer at the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio in Oak Park, Illinois. When not working, he can be found in bookstores, cinemas, coffee shops, bars, churches, and other architecturally interesting buildings in Chicago or wherever he is traveling.

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