Sarah has eight years experience in the educational and nonprofit sectors. In that time, she served those living with HIV/AIDS, pursued environmental conservation in the field and classroom, was a voice for youth workforce development, and taught students from age seven to 50.
Her well-rounded background gives her a window into multiple policy arenas, and matched with her writing experience, makes her adept at translating need into words that spur action. For an example, see Corps: Jobs Today, A Lifetime of Employment Tomorrow.
Sarah has also ghostwritten opinion pieces, guest blogs and articles for numerous nonprofit executive directors.