Lollie M. Meunier

Lollie M. Meunier is a highly motivated and dynamic expert in mediation services and human rights advocacy. As a registered mediator with the State of Georgia and the lead mediator for Fast Mediations, LLC, Lollie provides exceptional services and assistance to clients from diverse backgrounds in Metro Atlanta, GA.

Originally from Pass Christian on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Lollie developed a deep understanding of the challenges faced by businesses and individuals dealing with disputes. Her passion for helping people led her to pursue a career in mediation, where she strives to assist those in need, reshape narratives, and positively influence the outcomes of their cases. With her valuable insights, exceptional listening skills, and welcoming personality, Lollie has earned a reputation as an effective mediator, fostering an environment for both parties to resolve their issues.

Lollie actively engages in organizations such as NCNW (National Council of Negro Women), Henry-Clayton Chapter, 100 Black Women of America, and ACLU. Additionally, she participates in community programs that promote development and change, drawing from her strong background in social justice issues. As a vocal advocate for women's and human rights, including voters' rights, Lollie envisions a society free from injustices against vulnerable groups.

She holds an MBA and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, both obtained from Purdue University Global, where she graduated magna cum laude. Lollie is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Law and Policy at Liberty University. She received her mediation training at the University of Georgia.

In her personal life, Lollie takes pride in being a mother to an adult son and a three-year-old grandson. When not engaged in her professional endeavors, she enjoys traveling, spending quality time with her family, working on her cookbook, and taking leisurely walks with her Rottweiler.

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