Sneed is also a former journalist who worked in the city’s office of Employment Development and Big Brothers Big Sisters.
During her time on the council, Sneed was known for advocating for liberal legislation, including paid-leave laws, and a proposal to raise Baltimore’s minimum wage to $15 an hour. She sponsored a bill to protect contracted city employees from sudden layoffs, a measure that would require all city officials to live in Baltimore and pushed for the expansion of lactation accommodations for working moms like herself. Continue Reading
Today is the first Sunday of Black History Month and today we celebrate the heroic contributions of Black women. I was honored to join our next LG @ShannonSneed4MD as we worshipped with Rev. Kevin Slayton and Northwood Appold United Methodist pic.twitter.com/LWRNKxc9E3— Tom Perez (@TomPerez) February 6, 2022