Meagan Frazier, a Dickson County native, joined Smith Harris & Carr in 2003 and became a partner in 2008. She is a graduate of the Nashville School of Law and Middle Tennessee State University, where she earned a B.S. in Public Relations. She is a licensed attorney.
Frazier's rise at Smith Harris & Carr to partner status was rapid thanks to her dedicated work on business, hospital and health care issues and her ability to steer clients successfully through complex issues, such as the 30 plus page Prescription Safety Act of 2012 proposed legislation. She is also well known for her ability to work with numerous policy-making boards and agencies in state government.
In pursuit of her goal of becoming a professional lobbyist, Frazier was employed by the Tennessee General Assembly as an intern in 2001. She moved on to the state Treasury Department and was later tapped by the Chief Clerk of the House to staff the Commerce, Health, and Finance Committee in both the House and the Senate. She also assisted the Clerk during House sessions in the Capitol.
Frazier is the President of the Board of Directors for the Tennessee Chapter of the ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease) Association, as well as the Past President of the Tennessee CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) Association Board of Directors. She also serves on the board of the Tennessee Lobbyists Association and the legislative committee of the Tennessee Bar Association. She is also a member of the Nashville Bar Association, the Dickson County Chamber of Commerce, and the Nashville Kappa Delta Alumnae Chapter.
Frazier is married and has two young daughters. She and her husband are members of the Walnut Street Church of Christ in Dickson.