Team Members

Meagan Snedigar, MSW, LMSW

Social Worker

Meagan Snedigar earned her Master of Social Work from Louisiana State University. A nontraditional student, she earned her first degree in philosophy and religious studies from LSU in 2013. After some time away from school, she reentered the academic world to explore her passion for helping people. Since then, Meagan has been a community leader advocating for victims of sexual, physical, and emotional abuse. In 2018, Meagan was the keynote speaker for the Louisiana Coalition of Domestic Violence and Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault’s Purple and Teal Reception, an event that recognizes domestic and sexual violence survivors and those who work to support them.

After earning her bachelor’s degree in social work from LSU, Meagan accepted an internship with the mental health team at Louisiana State Penitentiary. This experience changed her life and inspired a new passion: helping justice-impacted individuals who have been negatively affected by mass incarceration.

Meagan began working with Parole Project as a student intern in 2021 and became instrumental in developing our social work program and policies. Meagan is committed to giving back to her community and to social justice efforts here in Louisiana. When she is not fighting for the cause, Meagan unwinds by reading books, writing poetry, and watching horror movies.