Meredith Aronson is the Director of Strategy and Partnerships at the National Fitness Foundation. In this role, Meredith leads the development and execution of strategic relationships in support of the Foundation’s mission to prepare children for a lifetime of health & fitness.
Prior to her role at the Foundation, Meredith served for five years as the Senior Fellow for Strategic Partnerships and Communications at the President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition under the Obama Administration. Working with hundreds of school, community, sports, corporate, and media organizations across the country, Meredith led partnerships in service to the President's Council's national vision for all American's to lead active, healthy lives. In this capacity, Meredith worked closely with White House on numerous programs, events, and activities in support of the First Lady's Let's Move! initiative to end childhood obesity within a generation. Additionally, Meredith contributed to the development, launch and implementation of national programs that impact tens of millions of Americans - the Presidential Youth Fitness Program, Let's Move! Active Schools, and the #0to60 Campaign.
In 2015, Meredith was selected as an Aspen Institute: Spotlight Health Scholar and recognized with an Outstanding Alumni Award for Georgetown University. Meredith earned a Master's degree in sports industry management from Georgetown University and an undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Virginia. Currently, in addition to her Foundation role, Meredith is pursuing an Executive MBA at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business based in Washington, DC.