Courtney Snegroff is a paralegal and Community Engagement Manager at PAIR where she works to increase immigrants’ access to accurate information about their rights and helps to build PAIR’s partnerships with immigrant community organizations.  She also works in both the asylum and detention programs expanding asylum intake and legal orientation outreach in detention centers and adding case screening capacity so that PAIR can place more cases with pro bono attorneys. Courtney comes to PAIR with 15 years of organizing experience with Massachusetts immigrant communities. Most recently she worked at Boston’s Mayor’s Office for Immigrant Advancement where she led the office’s outreach work across city departments and developed coalitions of community nonprofits, legal service providers, unions, churches, elected officials and public institutions to support the needs of Boston’s immigrants. Prior to her work at the Mayor’s Office she worked for 11 years at the Service Employees International Union Local 32BJ where she negotiated contracts and organized thousands of immigrant janitors in commercial office buildings and higher educational institutions for just wages and fair treatment. As the union’s Political Director she advocated for pro-immigrant, pro-worker policies at the federal, state and city levels and ran the union’s field campaigns in support of pro-immigrant candidates. Courtney is fluent in both Spanish and Portuguese.

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