Jeff Snell has 21 years of experience in education as a coach, math teacher, associate principal, principal, and deputy superintendent. He lives in the Camas School District with three children, Mackenzie, Stephen, and Micah, who all attend Camas Schools. Jeff’s wife, Suzie, is a guidance counselor in the Vancouver School District.
He has been involved in leadership at the state, regional, and national level related to evaluation, professional growth, and technology. Jeff served as deputy superintendent in Camas from 2011 until July 2016 when he became superintendent, supporting the successful passage of multiple levies and the recent bond.
Snell received his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Education from Boston University and his Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from Washington State University, and is currently pursuing his Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) from Washington State University.