Maggie Snyder

Maggie Snyder

Program Officer, Career Readiness

Maggie Snyder oversees the strategy for a portfolio of grants committed to improving postsecondary career and technical education outcomes for students from underserved backgrounds. During her graduate studies at Vanderbilt University, Maggie assisted with the implementation of a longitudinal literacy research study sponsored by the National Center for Special Education Research. As a graduate assistant at the Tennessee College Access and Success Network, she produced original content and assessments for two online courses geared toward college access professionals and high school students. She also conducted research and analysis projects related to the development of a technological tool to decrease college-student undermatching. Previously, Maggie was an admissions counselor at Beloit College in Beloit, Wisconsin. Maggie is a member of the steering committee for the Los Angeles chapter of Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy and a board member of the Tennessee College Access and Success Network.

Maggie holds an MPP in public policy with a focus on K-16 education from Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College of Education and Human Development and a BA in sociology/anthropology from Denison University.