dancker names Meg Nelbach to serve as SVP, people + culture

Meg Nelbach has joined interior solutions firm dancker in Somerville as senior vice president, people + culture. Nelbach brings extensive experience in building and enhancing HR infrastructure, fostering exceptional employee experiences and cultivating dynamic, inclusive cultures as dancker continues to evolve as an interiors integrator.

“After an extensive search for a new leader for our talent management and engagement team, we are thrilled to have Meg join dancker,” dancker CEO Steven Lang said. “Meg brings a fresh perspective, expertise and values-driven leadership that undoubtedly will contribute to our continued success. With a personal motto of ‘happy to help’ and a commitment to ‘doing the right thing,’ Meg embodies all of dancker’s core values as we continue to evolve as an interiors integrator, delivering remarkable experiences for both our employees and our clients.”

Nelbach previously served as vice president of people at Brazen, a leading virtual and in-person hiring event and career fair platform. She began her career as an agency recruiter, then moved to leadership roles in corporate talent acquisition and human resources, and as a business partner at several startups, high-growth organizations and global enterprises in the government contracting industry.

A true change agent, Nelbach has consistently demonstrated proficiency in building and enhancing HR infrastructure, expertly assessing and implementing systems, processes and talent that align with overall business strategy.

“I am excited to contribute to dancker, honoring its rich history, recognizing its promising future and making a positive impact,” Nelbach said.

Nelbach is a lifelong learner, having pursued business administration and HR management studies at George Mason University and Western Governors University. As a founding member of the Conscious Capitalism Chapter of Washington, D.C., she actively promotes the values of conscious business practices. She also advocates for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society through her philanthropic endeavors and fundraises for the recently established Amy Takayama-Perez Memorial Fund for George Mason University.