Leslie Snow

Freelance Producer

Leslie is a freelance producer for WUOT. She was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, but has been moving steadily south since her college days at Indiana University. She received her master’s degree in English from the University of Texas at Arlington before settling in Knoxville with her husband and three children.

Leslie began working on special projects for the station in 2010 and liked it so much she decided to stay. In her spare time she writes a weekly column for the Knoxville News Sentinel, hikes the Smoky Mountains, and reads nerdy fantasy novels. Anything with a dragon will do. She has large dogs, small cats and medium-sized kids.

Without A Net
12:00 am
Mon December 3, 2012

Without A Net: Voices of the Working Poor

During the week of December 3, 2012, WUOT Producers Matt Shafer Powell and Leslie Snow introduced us to a group of people often underrepresented in discussions about entitlements and employment.  Without A Net: Voices of the Working Poor highlighted the lives of six East Tennesseans for whom hope is often an unaffordable luxury. 

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Without a Net
12:39 pm
Mon November 26, 2012

Without A Net: Voices Of The Working Poor

WUOT News, Leslie Snow

In "Without a Net: Voices of the Working Poor", WUOT producers Matt Shafer Powell and Leslie Snow take you into the precarious world of East Tennessee’s working poor.  These are individuals and families teetering on the edge of financial disaster, where one small slip or a simple streak of bad luck can compromise whatever modest gains may have accumulated through the years.  East Tennessee’s working poor represent a segment of the population often overworked and overlooked, proudly and quietly committing to an ideal in which the ability and desire to work is a fundamental element of charact

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