Jessica Snow


Jessica Snow is a mother, educator, facilitator, advocate, curriculum designer, project manager, and leader residing in Baltimore, MD. With experience in operations, marketing and communications, and educational development, Jessica strives to challenge stigma around conviction histories while empowering system-impacted individuals and their families as they seek personal success post-incarceration. She currently pursues this work as the Vice President of Operations at Flikshop, a tech start-up connecting families with their incarcerated loved ones, and serves as a coordinator and instructor for the Flikshop School of Business, which offers entrepreneurial and tech education to those recently returned home from prison.

Prior to her work at Flikshop, Jessica worked as a communications associate with From Prison Cells to PhD where she is also a Prison-to-Professionals graduate and mentor. Since her return home, Jessica has partnered as member, instructor, co-chair, and working group member, alongside multiple coalitions and organizations including the Education Justice Project, the Oregon Social Learning Center, Gatekeepers Reentry, Unlock HigherEd, the Formerly Incarcerated College Graduates Network, and STEM Opportunities in Prison Settings. Jessica was also selected as the winner of Jobs for the Future’s “Investing Human Potential” Pitch Competition.

An educator to her core Jessica holds a B.A. in Music and Education from Emory & Henry College, and is a fierce advocate for increased access to education during and post-incarceration for all those impacted by the legal system. She has served as a panelist at multiple research, higher education, and criminal justice conferences speaking to this issue.

A 2023 Leading with Conviction™ graduate, Jessica contributes much of her growth as a justice reform leader to JustLeadershipUSA. Through her work and relationships, Jessica hopes to build confidence in the justice-affected community to know that we are not alone and individually hold tremendous value to our families and society.