Ken Snapp

Ken Snapp

Detroit City Council, District 4, MI

Ken, a nationally recognized political activist, is running for office because the city needs more progressive leadership. The Detroit Cass Tech Alum was the youngest person in history to run for Mayor of the City of Detroit in 2017. He has worked in the Detroit Public School Community District as an educator for three years, served as a Deputy in the Wayne County Sheriff Office, and sits on the Board of Directors for multiple social justice organizations. He has also coached youth basketball for eight years in the community.

In 2021. Ken looks become the youngest City Council member. "It’s not about age, but it’s about building a bridge of multigenerational leadership to ensure a bright future for the city of Detroit.”