Sarah is a Salt Lake native with a passion for advocacy, and a proven record of experience in action-oriented student-first focus to help students reach their academic and career goals.
With a master’s degree in political science and almost two decades experience working in higher education, including teaching, Sarah has a passion for education and the important impact it can have on a student's life. With a vast understanding of the policies and systems within our schools. Sarah plans to take her experience supporting and communicating with students and utilize them to be an advocate for students, parents, and teachers. Sarah wants to be a part of a better future for Utah, starting finding innovative and inclusive ways to support our education system for the next generation.
Sarah has a decade of research and volunteer-based experience advocating for communities and developing creative and effective solutions that support green and open-space development. Sarah is on the Salt Lake County Open Spaces Board, Mountainous Planning Commission, SLC Library Board, and an advisor for the University of Utah Chi Omegas.
An outdoor enthusiast, Sarah is happiest on her bike with her girlfriend, or on a trail with her two dogs Franklin and Eva.