Professional experience & accomplishments
Dr. Snow grew up just blocks away from our 17th Street Institute for Family Health location, subsequently studying biology and politics at Mount Holyoke College, and receiving their dual-degree DO and Master of Arts in Bioethics from Kansas City University. Prior to medical school, they worked at the Trevor Project and completed the Summer Public Health Scholars Program at Columbia researching LGBTQ health curriculum.
In medical school, Dr. Snow formed the Global Social Issues Forum to discuss current events and their impact on healthcare policy, moderating numerous discussions on abortion, gender affirming care, and medical affordability and accessibility. They also completed global health trips to Guatemala and Kenya to provide primary care to medically underserved populations. In recognition of their work, they were nominated to join the Arnold P. Gold Humanism Honor Society of physicians recognized for their compassionate care. They are excited to return to the communities that raised them to provide comprehensive, social justice-oriented healthcare.