Rachael Mhire Snow
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Rachael Mhire Snow, 34
Economic Development Marketing Coordinator at Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce
Charity: Junior League of Springfield
Rachael Mhire Snow remembers singing on stage when she was 4 years old. “My mom and her siblings used to go around to different churches and venues singing when I was younger,” Snow says. “They got us kids involved, and I haven’t stopped singing since.”
These days she has the opportunity to regularly sing in front of hundreds of people as a part of the worship team at the North Point Church Nixa campus. “I love singing music that connects with people—that helps inspire or bring joy or peace to others,” Snow says. “Anything that pours goodness into the world.”
Helping others is a common theme for Snow, who is also a lunch buddy with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ozarks, is on the board of directors for Springfield Creatives and is a member of both the Junior League of Springfield and The Network. She has a show-stopping smile—the kind that lifts the mood when she enters a room. “My goal every day is to bring joy to the world around me,” Snow says. “How can I show someone kindness, or make someone happy, or let someone know they are loved, or make someone laugh so hard that they cry? I just want to be the kind of person who brings good to whatever situation I am in.”