Olivia Snow

Wake Forest University

Wake Forest University

Olivia Snow is a sophomore at Wake Forest University and is involved in quite a few extracurricular activities. She volunteers at Salem Pregnancy Care Center, is the Prayer Coordinator for IJM, a club that fights modern-day slavery, and is on the Student Leader Team for Two Cities Church’s college ministry. Olivia has served as a long-term volunteer at King Outreach Ministry and worked as a Library Page at King Public Library and a House Page at the North Carolina House of Representatives.

During high school, Olivia was chosen Vice President then President of her school’s National Honor Society during her junior and senior years, respectively. She was also chosen as the Chief of Staff of the Youth and Government Club her senior year, and participated in the Wake Forest University’s LAUNCH program. She was Valedictorian of her class and served as the Junior Chief Marshall during the 2019 Graduation Ceremony.

Olivia’s father, Army Chief Warrant Officer David W. Snow, was killed while conducting a maintenance test flight in South Korea on August 12, 2003, when Olivia was only twenty-two months old. Once it was determined that the crash was not a result of pilot error, the Distinguished Flying cross was awarded.

NGS would also like to thank the Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund in supporting Olivia and helping her reach her dreams.

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