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Janna Snyder

Janna Snyder brings years of business and community support to Hope Against Trafficking.  Her passion for helping women of all ages maximize their opportunities rises from strong Human Resource and Business Management experience in both the public and private sectors.  She has developed position-sharing departments and job posting programs for independent businesses and Fortune 500 companies including Advance Mortgage-Citicorp, Chubb Pacific Indemnity, Kidder Peabody & Co., LTV Aerospace and America Group. Janna’s training seminars for HR departments and Executive Search firms have helped many women move from ‘survive to thrive’ employment while reducing turnover and associated costs.

Snyder has served on Boards and Committees including Michigan Professional Women’s Network, Women of the Kirk, Kirk Presbyterian Pre School Board, and the National Association of Personnel Consultants.  Her active memberships in Impact 100 Metro Detroit, Assistance League of SE Michigan, Women United, 4Word and 100 Women Who Care keep her connected to community needs.

She has a Bachelor of Science in Integrated Leadership from Central Michigan University. Janna grew up in Detroit and currently resides with her high school sweetheart, Craig, in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. They have two grown children, Ross, an application engineer with Sigmetrix and Kellie, an attorney with Lane & Lane.

 “I’m excited about collaborating with Hope Against Trafficking and related recovery communities.  Coalition of local resources represents the best definition of networking. Seeing local professionals and volunteers providing a full spectrum of health, education and tangible life skills training is amazing. These services empower victims to become productive, fulfilled members of society. By collaborating, we increase long term success rates and reach more victims.”