Meet the Team
Charles M. Meng
Chuck co-founded Meng Peeps in 1970, and has successfully provided retained executive search services to private, nonprofit and public-sector clients. The author John Lucht in his best-selling book, “Rights of Passage at $100,000+”, named Meng Peeps as one of the country's outstanding executive search firms. Also, John Sibbald in his book, “The Career Makers” published by Harper Business, ranked Chuck among the top 20 recruiters in the nation in the category of Universities, Colleges and Schools. More...
Before joining Meng Peeps, Stephen began his executive search career as a Partner in Heidrick & Struggles' Education and Nonprofit Practice. This followed a decade's service as founding President and Chief Executive Officer of the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health, a multi-faceted public charity located in Palo Alto, California. Under his leadership, the new Foundation generated nearly $400 million in gifts and grants. He also served for two years as Chairman of its Board of Directors. More...
Prior to joining Meng Peeps in 2009, Cami spent more than fifteen years in the non profit sector, primarily in higher education and healthcare.
She began her career with California State University Long Beach (CSULB) where she held development positions in the College of Business and Central Advancement. She then joined the University of California, Irvine College of Medicine where she had responsibility for leading all aspects of medical development and alumni relations. More...
Marlene has been with Meng Peeps for 15 years, and over her tenure with the firm, has worked on senior public and private higher education, nonprofit, and state and county government engagements.
Marlene manages search administration, due-diligence referencing, coordination of detailed background investigation and publication matters. She is responsible for arranging candidate travel and scheduling. Marlene received her Bachelor's degree from the University of Southern California.