Lily Snape is an undergraduate sophomore at Tufts University studying Community Health and Political Science. Her interest in reproductive and maternal health started in high school when she founded one of the first high school chapters of Protect Our Breasts, a non-profit empowering women to make safer consumer choices and avoid the carcinogens that lead to reproductive cancers. She went on to intern there, working on developmental and educational projects. She is the current Co-Chair of the Research and Education Committee for
Maternal Advocacy and Research for Public Health organization at Tufts University. Lily was the Chair of the Marketing Committee and the Co-Chair of the Speaker Committee of the 5th Annual Black Maternal Health Conference. Lily is currently working at Harvard School of Public Health as a research data coder for the Health Professionals Follow-up Study and is an incoming fall Academic Public Health Corps Member for the Health Equity Team. In the future, her goal is to pursue a doctorate in Public Health and work in the maternal and child health field, either in academia or in consulting.