NAPA, Calif., Oct. 21, 2015 — Life Legal Defense Foundation, the nation’s leading pro-life legal public service organization, today announced additions to their executive team to meet the needs of expanding client demands. Paul Blewett was named President and Alexandra Snyder was named Executive Director.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Paul and Alexandra aboard during this exciting period of growth for LLDF,” said John Streett, Life Legal Chairman. “Their respective experience, not only in law, but in development, education and marketing will help support Life Legal’s plan to rapidly expand the scope of the services it can provide clients. With their expertise we can meet the challenges at this pivotal and most demanding time in the history of the pro-life movement. We are on the brink of major changes in national and state legislation affecting both the babies in the womb and the elderly. With the addition of these two exceptional individuals, Life Legal will continue to be on the forefront of defending the defenders of life.”
Paul Blewett will focus on implementing a strategy for Life Legal’s growth, including major donor development, as well as development of continuing legal education programs for attorneys. Blewett joins Life Legal with nearly eighteen years of development experience with Legatus, an organization of top Catholic business leaders. Blewett is a graduate of Notre Dame Law School and practiced law in Southern California from 1989 until 1997 when he joined Legatus. Paul is married and has six children.
Alexandra Snyder will oversee communication and public relations. Her experience includes serving as Legislative Counsel to California Congressman Dan Lungren in Washington, D.C., where she handled pro-life, judiciary, and human rights matters. She currently serves as a consultant on law and policy matters to a number of anti-trafficking organizations and was previously the executive director of a pregnancy resource center in Southern California. Alexandra is a graduate of Trinity Law School and is married with two grown children.