Jodi Snow

COO, ABAC Foundation

Jodie Snow currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer of the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Foundation, Inc. (ABAC Foundation).  Snow is responsible for the oversight of the ABAC Foundation and its subsidiaries including investments, endowments and real estate.  She also provides support and guidance for planned gifts to the foundation.  Snow has a faculty appointment in the Stafford School of Business where she has taught Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business.  Additionally, Snow has serves as the Title IX Investigator Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. 

Prior to joining the ABAC Foundation, Mrs. Snow served as Assistant State Attorney for the Second Judicial Circuit of Florida in Tallahassee.  Snow practiced in the areas of civil litigation, real estate and wills, trust and estates in South Florida before becoming a prosecutor. 

A Fitzgerald native, Snow received her Associate of Science degree from ABAC where she was named as an Outstanding Young Alumnus.  Snow received her Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Georgia and her Juris Doctorate and a Master of Business Administration from Stetson College of Law and Stetson University, respectively.   Snow has been spotlighted in the Stetson College of Law Employer’s Guide for her work in the non-profit sector.

Mrs. Snow is an active member of the Tifton Judicial Circuit Bar Association, Georgia Agribusiness Council, Georgia Education Advancement Council, and Tifton-Tift County Chamber of Commerce where she serves as the Vice Chair of Financial Services.  Snow recently served as Treasurer of both the Tifton Judicial Circuit Shelter and the Innovation Fund Foundation.  Mrs. Snow has served as the Vice-President and President of the Tifton Judicial Circuit Bar Association.  She is a graduate of the Georgia Academy for Economic Development and Leadership Georgia class of 2015. 

Mrs. Snow is married to Matt Snow and they have two beautiful children, Matthew (7) and Raylie Grace (3). 

Jodie Snow currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer of the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Foundation, Inc. (ABAC Foundation).  Snow is responsible for the oversight of the ABAC Foundation and its subsidiaries including investments, endowments and real estate.  She also provides support and guidance for planned gifts to the foundation.  Snow has a faculty appointment in the Stafford School of Business where she has taught Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business.  Additionally, Snow has serves as the Title IX Investigator Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. 

Prior to joining the ABAC Foundation, Mrs. Snow served as Assistant State Attorney for the Second Judicial Circuit of Florida in Tallahassee.  Snow practiced in the areas of civil litigation, real estate and wills, trust and estates in South Florida before becoming a prosecutor. 

A Fitzgerald native, Snow received her Associate of Science degree from ABAC where she was named as an Outstanding Young Alumnus.  Snow received her Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Georgia and her Juris Doctorate and a Master of Business Administration from Stetson College of Law and Stetson University, respectively.   Snow has been spotlighted in the Stetson College of Law Employer’s Guide for her work in the non-profit sector.

Mrs. Snow is an active member of the Tifton Judicial Circuit Bar Association, Georgia Agribusiness Council, Georgia Education Advancement Council, and Tifton-Tift County Chamber of Commerce where she serves as the Vice Chair of Financial Services.  Snow recently served as Treasurer of both the Tifton Judicial Circuit Shelter and the Innovation Fund Foundation.  Mrs. Snow has served as the Vice-President and President of the Tifton Judicial Circuit Bar Association.  She is a graduate of the Georgia Academy for Economic Development and Leadership Georgia class of 2015. 

Mrs. Snow is married to Matt Snow and they have two beautiful children, Matthew (7) and Raylie Grace (3). 

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