Christian Snow is a program director at the Illinois Justice Project.
Snow’s work at ILJP focuses on strategic coordination between criminal legal system change stakeholders. Snow is a long-time resident of Chicago’s West Side. She graduated from Grinnell College with a degree in sociology and history and obtained her J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law.
Snow previously worked as an Associate Attorney at People’s Law Office. Snow’s work there focused on assisting with civil rights cases involving police brutality and misconduct. Additionally, Snow was an adult member of Assata’s Daughters, a Chicago grassroots abolitionist organization that trained young Black people to organize in line with the Black Radical Tradition by providing them with a political home, political education, organizing training, and revolutionary support. Snow contributed to Assata’s Daughters through strategic direction, fundraising, staff management, and program development.