Social Snapshot: Meghan Maloof Berdellans

The marketing and real estate executive speaks to us in her own words.

Meghan Maloof Berdellans, née Connolly, is a seasoned professional with a background in digital marketing and real estate. Her hometown is New York City, where she led successful projects ranging from viral rainbow bagels in Brooklyn to Pope Francis with the Vatican & Archdiocese of New York, landing her dog as a model in New York Fashion Week and beyond. 

While Maloof Berdellans has successfully led many creative projects, she visited South Florida in 2013 and decided  to bring innovative technology to the real estate and relocation industries here by obtaining her real estate license. Since 2016, she’s lived in Jupiter, Delray Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami, giving her an unmatched knowledge of this geographical area. When she is not in South Florida, she is spending her time in New York’s Metropolitan Area or California. She most recently partnered with the #1 liquid collagen company in the world, opening her own e-franchise due to her belief in the product and strong sales record.  

Maloof Berdellans holds a Bachelor of Arts from Villanova University and sits as Associate Director and executive board member of The Endometriosis Coalition, a Los Angeles based 501(c)(3) focused on raising awareness and education of endometriosis. Her other volunteer projects include work with Beaux Arts Miami, an organization of Miami’s most active women who support the Lowe Art Museum at the University of Miami where she sits on the executive board as Corresponding Secretary & Communications Chair. She also sits on the executive board of Comfort Crusaders, a Miami non-profit, offering time & talent to benefit those in need on local & national scales. Meg sits as the current President/Chair of the Young Professional Philanthropists (YPP) Circle with Miami Women Who Rock.  

Maloof Berdellans has been married to her husband, Albert Maloof Berdellans III, since June 2019 & they are active members of the Miami Chapter of Legatus, founded by Tom Monaghan – an entrepreneur who also founded Domino’s Pizza and Ave Maria University. Meg currently sits on the board of the Legatus Miami Chapter. She and her husband are parishioners of St. Augustine Catholic Church in Coral Gables & actively live their faith. 

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