Meg Galindo joined the Alliance in 2023. She has a M.A. in Art History from Washington University in St. Louis and a B.A. from the University of Delaware. Her research examines women who transgress social norms and the visual and physical systems of oppression that attempt to contain them. At WashU, she has continually sought opportunities to support incarcerated students through thePrison Education Project (PEP). Over the years she has served in several different roles with PEP including Administrator, Programming Chair, Writing Tutor, and Reentry Workshop Facilitator.
Meg is committed to uplifting the voices and work of incarcerated and formerly incarcerated folks, as these leaders transform the landscape of higher education in this country. She is honored to join the Alliance as it works to create a more just future free from the ravages of the carceral system.
In her spare time, Meg enjoys exploring the outdoors, embroidery, and reading. She works with several community organizations including the Reparative Justice Coalition of St. Louis, the Griot Museum of Black History, and Missouri Prison Reform.