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Michael Snow (attorney)

Michael Snow
Michael Snow in 2008
Chair of the Foundation
In office
2008–2010
Preceded by Florence Devouard
Succeeded by Ting Chen
Personal details
Born 1974
Pfullendorf,[1] West Germany
Occupation Lawyer

Michael Snow (born 1974) is a Seattle-based lawyer and was chair of the Foundation Board of Trustees from 2008 to 2010.[2] He now serves on the Advisory Board of the Foundation.

Education

Snow received his law degree from the University of Washington Law School.

World Heritage Encyclopedia

Snow has volunteered for World Heritage Encyclopedia since December 2003.[3] He is also a World Heritage Encyclopedia administrator and the founder of the English World Heritage Encyclopedia community newsletter, The World Heritage Encyclopedia Signpost.[4]

In 2006 Snow served as a spokesman for the Foundation,[5] was appointed to the board in February 2008 and elected chairman on July 17, 2008.[6]

At the Wikimania 2010 conference in Gdansk, Poland in July, Ting Chen replaced Snow as chair.

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Non-profit organization positions
Preceded by
Florence Devouard
Chair of the Foundation
July 17, 2008 – July 9, 2010
Succeeded by
Ting Chen


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