Sarah serves clients with insight on strategy, coalition building and social change, contributing across Camber’s projects in democracy, public health, gender and migration.
Prior to joining Camber, Sarah was a researcher with a focus on public health and West Africa. She was awarded a Fulbright scholarship to study maternal health in Niger, and worked as Faculty at Georgetown University’s Institute for Reproductive Health. She has published research on human behavior and social change on blogs and in academic journals.
Sarah is based in Washington, DC, where she is also an active member of the local arts community. Outside of Camber, Sarah is a community organizer, and was recently honored by the Center for Popular Democracy for advocacy leadership. Sarah earned an MPhil in Social Anthropological Analysis from the University of Cambridge, and a BA in religious studies from Pomona College, where she graduated summa cum laude.