Sarah brings her passion for social and behavior change to GHS as a Communications and Advocacy Senior Associate. With a keen interest in understanding the underlying drivers that shape transformative shifts in society, Sarah is driven to make a meaningful impact.
Her previous work has focused on the intersection between research, policy, and community engagement. Prior to joining GHS, Sarah worked at the Columbia Center for Children’s Environmental Health, where she actively participated in translational research projects. Her focus was on investigating the health and economic benefits resulting from the implementation of policies aimed at reducing fossil fuel usage. Sarah played a crucial role in effectively communicating the research findings to the community, ensuring widespread awareness and understanding of the implications. She has participated in additional research at the University of Florida Diabetes Institute. Within this role, she concentrated on several projects aimed at tackling the disparities associated with type 1 and type 2 diabetes and translating the findings to the community. Sarah also worked with UNICEF USA on projects centered around advocacy and adolescent engagement in the mental health space.
Sarah holds an MPH from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health and a BA in Psychology and Public Health from Muhlenberg College. In her free time, Sarah enjoys exploring the world through travel, immersing herself in nature, nurturing her green thumb, and seeking inspiration from various museums.Connect on LinkedIn