Ezra Snell II is a native of Clinton, MS, and is a B.A. candidate at Jackson State University studying Sociology where he is passionate about leadership, service, social justice, and philanthropy.
Outside of academics, he is heavily involved in campus and community affairs. He is an assistant with the Institute of Social Justice and Race Relations and on campus, he is currently involved with the Student Government Association, Campus Activities Board, Collegiate 100, and NAACP and has experience as an executive board member for organizations such as Men of Excellence and the Fannie Lou Hamer Pre-Law Society.
Passionate about leadership and success, he constantly seeks new and innovative opportunities for leadership, growth, and development. He was a REPAIR Fellow with the Community Health Association of Mississippi where he learned about social issues in regard to health equity amongst Black Mississippians. In 2022 he was selected to be a part of the inaugural cohort of students for FedEx’s HBCU Student Ambassador Program. He is also an HBCU Servant Leader Scholar for the Southern Area of The Links Inc. and a Dean's List Scholar.
After graduation, Ezra plans on attending graduate school and aspires to have a career in the education, government, public policy, and non-profit sector.