Meg Brigman is a Principal at Cultivation Capital. She focuses on the AgTech investments through The Yield Lab funds focused on the North American market. She works on developing a diverse deal pipeline of agriculture companies, performing due diligence research, assessing the market and team potential, and making investments in exciting opportunities in addition to marketing, investor relations, and operational strategy.
In addition to her work at Cultivation Capital, Meg is on the Alumni Board for Venture for America as the Coordinator for their affinity group program called RISE. She mentors with the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) program to guide and support young St. Louis entrepreneurs. With a passion for global health, Meg is a fundraiser for the St. Louis non-profit, the World Pediatric Project. She is also a co-inventor of a low-cost breast cancer detection model for use in low-resource settings that is currently in use for training in Blantyre, Malawi.
Meg graduated from Rice University with a major in Economics and minors in Sociology and Global Health Technologies. During her time at Rice, Meg was the president of the Wesley Foundation, played as a starter on Rice’s club water polo team, and was elected Most Outstanding Senior upon graduation. She stays heavily involved with her university community post-graduation as the Digital Media Manager for the Society of Rice University Women (SRUW), as an interviewer for Rice Alumni Volunteers for Admission (RAVA), and as a member of the Rice Alumni Entrepreneurs and Innovators (RAEI).