Sneha Mody (she/her) earned her J.D. in 2002 from Hofstra University School of Law, and her undergraduate degree at Bucknell University in 1999. She is also a certified mediator. She volunteered as an Advocacy Chair for BRAWS (Bringing Resources to Women in Shelters) where she advocated for the tampon tax repeal in DC. Sneha previously worked with the Office of Career Services as Assistant Director, J.D. Division, at New York University School of Law as a student counselor and a primary liaison with students. Prior to her role at NYU Law, Sneha started at Safe Horizon (a victim service organization) as a staff attorney and represented individual clients in city-wide Family and Supreme Courts, supervised junior staff attorneys, and provided outreach, advocacy, and trainings to community-based programs on the legal rights of victims of domestic violence. While at Safe Horizon, Sneha was promoted to serve as the Senior Director of Legal Services where she managed all aspects of a legal services program in the areas of Domestic Violence and Immigration Law. Sneha began her legal career as a labor and employment associate, at the law firm of Kelley Drye & Warren. When she’s not busy carpooling her kids to their various sporting activities, she enjoys travel, reading, and working out.