Sarah specializes in nonprofit management, public policy and community relations. She has a decade of communications experience at the intersection of the nonprofit and public sectors. With demonstrable expertise in strategizing and implementing public affairs campaigns within a wide range of complex civic and legislative environments, Sarah has supported nonprofit clients and the offices and campaigns of elected officials across California. Her passion for innovative social entrepreneurship and philanthropy brought her to the Associate Board of Pacific Clinics.
Sarah’s previous experience includes administration and operations at an internationally-acclaimed nonprofit cultural institution, the Skirball Cultural Center, where she developed logistics and financial acumen. Sarah earned her Master’s in Public Management from Johns Hopkins University and her Bachelor’s in International Security and Conflict Resolution with an emphasis on Environmental Security from San Diego State University. She currently resides in Los Angeles, where she enjoys impromptu dance parties with her husband and their two children.