Director of Academic Support
Alexandra Snyder serves as Director of Academic Support at Trinity Law School. Prior working for Trinity, Alexandra started The Justice Clinic, a non-profit legal aid clinic providing pro bono legal services to underserved women and families in Sacramento. She has also worked with a number of non-profit organizations that assist survivors of human trafficking, including Courage Worldwide and Zoe’s Children.
Alexandra has a background in public policy, having served as Legislative Counsel to a California Member of Congress, working in both Washington, D.C. and the Sacramento area. In this capacity, she handled a wide array of legislative and policy issues, including constitutional law and the protection of human rights. Alexandra coordinated a number of regional public forums and congressional field briefings to raise awareness of the problem of sex trafficking and to foster collaboration between community partners to combat the trafficking of children in California.
Before attending law school, Alexandra was the Executive Director of a community pregnancy center in Southern California, where she led efforts to open a home for young women in crisis.
She has produced and co-hosted talk radio programs in Los Angeles, Colorado Springs, Sacramento, and Washington DC, often speaking on human rights and the protection of human dignity.
Alexandra received her JD from Trinity Law School and is a member of the California State Bar. She has two grown sons and is married to John Snyder.