Meghan Graf
Vice President of Strategic Communications


Meghan Graf has more than 10 years of experience developing and managing integrated public affairs campaigns. Meghan’s tailored and nimble approach to campaign management is designed to resonate with key stakeholders including policymakers, regulators, the media and community influencers. 

Meghan began her career in Washington, D.C. working on Capitol Hill, serving as then-Representative Mike Coffman’s communications director. After dipping her toe into public affairs agency life for several years, Meghan joined then-Sen. Cory Gardner’s 2020 re-election campaign as press secretary and temporarily relocated to Colorado. After the campaign, Meghan returned to D.C. agency life, but, after falling in love with Colorado, knew she had to make the move out West. Four years later, Meghan permanently relocated to Denver, where she joined 76 Group in 2024.

A self-described jack-of-all-trades, Meghan found a niche in taking on complicated projects with no set blueprint, allowing her to thrive in creativity and uncertainty—and delivering winning results for her clients. Meghan has worked across industries—energy, manufacturing, healthcare, telecom and more—to develop and manage campaigns impacting all levels of government. Using a mix of public relations, advocacy and management expertise, Meghan’s unique combination of skills coupled with her “no task too small” attitude makes her a great fit for clients looking for a well-rounded approach to their needs. An Atlanta native, Meghan lives in Denver with her two cats—Noodle and Birdie—and shepherd-mix, Monty. When Meghan isn’t tending to her needy (but very cute) pets, she spends her free time taking in all the live music her schedule can possibly handle, watching her beloved Steelers, golfing and trying to find the best martini in town.

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