Dr. Ann Snyder's longtime service to The Woodlands community has given her a unique perspective to be an advocate for children, families, seniors and the business community. Whether from her background as a university educator, serving on the Conroe Independent School District Board of Trustees, leading Interfaith of The Woodlands and The Woodlands Methodist School, helping people be more generous or lending her expertise to nonprofit boards, Ann Snyder knows how to listen and how to get things done.
"Ann worked hand-in-hand with George Mitchell, founder of The Woodlands in his quest to shape a caring community."
She worked hand-in-hand with George Mitchell, founder of The Woodlands in his quest to shape a caring community—one that thrives on the balance of economic development yet preserves the essence of the environment and raises a sense of community—a real hometown. George Mitchell's vision is worth fighting for and who better to be our advocate, than a leader who was in on the ground floor with him over 28 years ago. Ann Snyder's life of service has been built around the vision cast by George Mitchell and her passion to see it through is unequaled.