An activist who fights for financial security and housing stability. Especially for our Latino, Black and elderly communities.
A lawyer with skills to get the job done.
An educator who values our kids and seeks to protect the environment for generations to come.
A mom of action.
Meet Alysson Snow
As a consumer justice and housing rights lawyer, Alysson has taken down predatory lenders and pushed for policies and laws to protect and promote housing stability for low-income families, seniors, and communities of color. Alysson is fluent in Spanish and advocates for our Latino community.
Alysson’s hard work earned her the “Consumer Advocate of the Year” award from the Consumer Attorneys of San Diego. For her efforts during the pandemic to ensure access to justice for all, she received recognition from the World Justice Project.
As a mom, she knows it takes a village to raise our kids. Alysson volunteers on the Little League fields and been our soccer teams’ “mom.” Alysson helps at the food banks and serves with the Lemon Grove Latino Diversified Lions Club.
Alysson has the skills and the passion to work hard for Lemon Grove.
Housing. Keep the housed housed. Rehab current housing and increase affordable housing. Increase very low-income housing solutions.
Financial Stability, Racial Justice and Equity. Increase financial opportunities for the City and its citizens. Gatekeep against predatory lenders and financial fraudsters–especially those who target communities of color and the elderly.
Sidewalks and Safety. Filling potholes. Building sidewalks. Promoting public safety.
Alysson’s Proven Track Record
During the 2008 mortgage crisis, I left my big law firm job to help people losing their homes. I joined a non-profit legal organization that shared my values for fighting for access to justice and helping financially struggling families. For more than a decade, I led the Consumer Protection Division at the Legal Aid Society of San Diego.
As a consumer rights attorney, I fought scammers and predatory lending schemes that target the elderly. I defended against student loans, medical debt and identity theft. My work led Oportun, a payday lender that targets the Latino community, to dismiss 500 cases for abusive debt collection practices.
I designed, launched, and supervised San Diego’s Bankruptcy Self-Help Center and Clinic. I created a debt defense clinic that has served as a national model for helping people fight against unfair debt collection.
I now run the Housing Rights Project at the University of San Diego that helps the housed stay housed and helps the homeless connect to resources and get back on their feet.
So much more needs to be done.
Contribute to the campaign
July 13 | Fundraiser and Meet and Greet | 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm | Inpasta in Lemon Grove, 8099 Broadway, Lemon Grove, CA 91945-2533 | Linger after the event for gelato and live music.
August 31 | Housing Rights Presentation with San Diego Organizing Project | 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm | St. Mary’s, 600 Pier View Way, Oceanside, CA 92054 | Learn about housing rights.
September 3 | Meet Our Neighbors | 9:00 am to 11:00 am | Join us to walk Lemon Grove and talk with our neighbors to get out the vote.
September 10 | Bagels and Ballots | 10:00 am to 11:30 am | Christina Contreras and Yajaira Preciado Hosting ❤️ | Brunch with us and share your concerns and wish lists for Lemon Grove.
September 17 | Boba and Ballots, Meet and Greet | 9:00 am to 10:00 am | Pho Royal, 6937 Federal Blvd., Lemon Grove, CA 91945 ❤️ | Cool off with us and share your concerns and wish lists for Lemon Grove.
September 24 | Pancakes and Politics | 9:00 am to 11:00 am | Heather Beck and Maya and Tris Walls Hosting ❤️ | Ernie’s flipping 🥞 pancakes and we’ll be discussing how to work together for a better Lemon Grove.
Paid for by the Committee to Elect Alysson Snow for Lemon Grove City Council 2022; FPPC ID No. 1450372