Meredith King grew up as a preacher’s kid in south Texas where she spent most of her growing-up and early adult years serving the inner-city. Meredith holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Texas A&M University and a Certificate in Nonprofit Management from the Bush School of Government and Public Service. She has led numerous organizations and thousands of people in launching community outreach programs, and has personally developed a wide-spectrum of community-based programming that serves thousands of individuals in many cities.
Meredith is the Executive Director of Integrus Leadership, an organization committed to advancing the Gospel through providing high-impact leadership and organizational development solutions for churches, church planting networks, and parachurch ministries across the United States. As the Executive Director, her focus is on strategic direction, growth initiatives, and directly leading Integrus’ team members, who are spread across 7 states.
She has been in nonprofit leadership for 16 years, and in 2009, she, and her husband David, launched True to Life Ministries (TTLM) . TTLM brings hope, training, and support to those who are ready to break the destructive cycles of poverty. TTLM has impacted thousands of lives and has become a resource for organizations across the country. Meredith serves as a board member for several organizations, including: TTLM, Brazosport Area Chamber of Commerce, and Freeroots, a nonprofit organization working locally and globablly to restore dignity and life-purpose to victims of sex trafficking through vocational training.
Her life is dedicated to helping people get unstuck personally, professionally, and in their faith journeys. Her first book, IMMOVABLE: Reflections to Build your Life and Leadership on Solid Ground released in 2018.
Meredith has received numerous awards for outstanding leadership, and each year, she is a featured keynote presenter at many events - from large conferences to intimate retreats. Meredith's husband David is the Worship Pastor of their home church, Brazos Pointe Fellowship. Meredith, David, and their daughters, Abigail and Ella, live in Lake Jackson, Texas.