The Reproductive Justice Action Collective (ReJAC) - Plan B NOLA
Louisiana Coalition for Reproductive Freedom
Start the Adventure in Reading (STAIR)
Second Harvest Food Bank - Cooking Matters
Independent Women's Organization (IWO)
Loyola University's Institute of Politics (IOP)
Emerge Louisiana - 2019 Class Graduate
Louisiana State Bar Association LIFT Fellow - Domestic Violence Project
City of New Orleans' Civil Leadership Academy
Megan Snider (she/her/hers) is an attorney in New Orleans who is passionate about improving the health and well-being of Louisiana women, their families and their communities.
In her private legal practice, she has developed a reputation for handling her clients' complex issues. She has successfully navigated numerous claims and lawsuits resulting from disasters such as the BP Oil Spill and hurricanes Katrina, Gustav and Sandy. On behalf of hundreds of members of the Gentilly Landfill Class Action, she organized the processing and payment of settlement proceeds.
As a Domestic Violence Project fellow with the Louisiana State Bar Association, in collaboration with the New Orleans Family Justice Center and Southeast Louisiana Legal Services, Megan developed a public interest-focused law practice, providing pro bono legal representation to survivors of domestic violence, parents seeking child custody and young people applying for immigration status.
As an advocate for women’s reproductive rights, Megan acts as a volunteer attorney with Lift Louisiana’s Judicial Bypass Project, participates in Plan B NOLA and serves on the legislative strategy committee of the Louisiana Coalition for Reproductive Freedom. She has been a volunteer instructor with Second Harvest Food Bank’s program Cooking Matters and a volunteer tutor with STAIR (Start the Adventure in Reading).
A proponent of civic engagement, she has helped to register young voters, canvassed and phone-banked for campaigns and testified at the state legislature. Megan is a graduate of the City of New Orleans’ Civic Leadership Academy and the 2019 Class of Emerge Louisiana.
Right now, Megan is working to strengthen policies affecting Louisiana's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC). She received her undergraduate and law degrees from Tulane University and lives in the Seventh Ward with her husband and her dog, Teddy.
Vote Megan Snider - July 11th
#118 Democratic State Central Committee (DSCC) - House District 93 #327 Democratic Parish Executive Committee (DPEC) - District D