The Matthew Aaron Agency is pleased to announce the appointment of Megan Gonzales as the Creative Director.

Megan Gonzales brings to the Matthew Aaron Agency nearly three years of graphic design experience. Gonzales earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a concentration in Graphic Design at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Gonzales gained experience in graphic design, account management, content creation, production, and social media management through prior full-time positions and internships at Calzone & Associates, Prejean Creative, and the Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum.

“I wanted to work with a team of people who believe in what they do and are eager to produce work that helps grow a client’s business. Working at MAA gives me the opportunity to work with a young agency and be a part of the growth of a successful company,” says Gonzales.

As the Creative Director for the Matthew Aaron Agency, she is responsible for content creation and management, design work, and overseeing creative direction of photo and video shoots for several accounts. Some of the social media accounts that she currently manages are The Sizzling Monkey, Sylvan Learning Center of Acadiana, Acadiana Karate, Electronic Protection Systems, and Valerie Gotch Garrett, APLC.

“We are very excited to have Megan join the team at MAA! She has adapted very quickly to the social media world and we are truly excited to see her passion shine on a daily basis!” Says Thibodeaux, owner of Matthew Aaron Agency.


From Luling, La. Born and raised in a small town outside of New Orleans, Megan will always have a special place in her heart for beignets, Mardi Gras, and sweet tea. When Megan isn’t working on making the social media world more beautiful, she treasures spending time with friends and family. Megan loves everything about Lafayette. Whether cheering on the Ragin’ Cajuns, dancing all weekend long at Festival International, or taking advantage of all the local cajun cuisine, nothing beats making memories with the people she loves in the city she now calls home.