“I am looking forward to working with SNAP and the SNAP Fellows to advance our shared goals of creating a brighter future for everyone by investing in infrastructure, changing Washington’s unfair economic policies, and making educational opportunities affordable, so new graduates can compete in the global marketplace,” said Rogers.
“SNAP is looking forward to having our fellows work on a such a dynamic field operation, and for a campaign fully committed to grassroots activism,” said SNAP co-executive director Maddie Vahey. “Rogers’ campaign will be an amazing opportunity for our fellows to break into progressive politics.”
Founded in 2005, SNAP has raised over $200,000 to support progressive candidates for Congress around the country, while training the next generation of progressive organizers through the SNAP Fellowship program. In the last 8 years, SNAP has supported over 80 SNAP Fellows.