Field Organizer

As an organizer for the Campaign for a Family Friendly Economy, Sarah works to build public support for policies that will advance the economic security of granite state families. Prior to joining the campaign, Sarah worked on policy issues related to substance use and mental health as the Community Engagement Director at New Futures. Sarah received her undergraduate degree from the University of New Hampshire. She served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Bulgaria where she became interested in policy as a tool for social change while writing issue briefs for members of the Bulgarian Parliament. Upon returning home, Sarah was awarded a fellowship to study Social Change at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, where she earned her master’s degree. Sarah is an alumna of the New Hampshire Leadership Series and is a committed advocate for disability rights. She lives in Concord with her husband and four kids. In her spare time, Sarah volunteers at her church, serves on the steering committee of MomsRising NH, and is a board member of the Children’s Place and Parent Education Center.