THE WHITE HOUSE
Office of the Press Secretary (Aboard Air Force One) ________________________________________________________________________ For Immediate Release April 3, 2000
PRESIDENT NAMES BARBARA SNELLING AS A MEMBER OF THE U.S. INSTITUTE OF PEACE The President today announced his intent to nominate Barbara
Snelling as a Member of the U.S. Institute of Peace.
Ms. Barbara Snelling, of Shelburne, Vermont, has most recently served as a State Senator for the Chittenden District of Vermont. Since 1997, Ms. Snelling has served as a board member for the Vermont Council on Quality and the New England Dollars for Scholars. From 1993 to 1997, Ms. Snelling was the Lieutenant Governor of Vermont. Prior to her election as Lieutenant Governor, Ms. Snelling was the President of Snelling & Kolb, Inc., a consulting firm for non-profit organizations. From 1974 to 1982, Ms. Snelling served as the Vice President for External Affairs for the University of Vermont.
Ms. Snelling received an AB degree from Radcliffe College.
The United States Institute of Peace is a bipartisan board established in 1948 by an Act of Congress to promote international peace and the resolution of international conflict without violence through education, training, research, and public information.