Prior to joining SWSG as Program Manager in March 2019, Sarah worked with the Women & Health Initiative at the Harvard School of Public Health, as well as a variety (Fearless Futures, Women’s Campaign International, Vital Voices) of youth and women’s social justice programs. Her passion lies in mobilizing education and advocacy as tools for inclusion, accessibility, and sustainable change for women and girls’ empowerment. Sarah received her MSc in Gender, with a focus on women’s human, reproductive and sexual rights, at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Her graduate work focused on the roles privilege and body politics play in representations and disruptions of sexual assault within a neoliberal context. She is thrilled to be a part of SWSG and further her commitment to uplifting women and girls and dismantling the systems of oppression that hold them back!