Sarah is motivated by using science to help make people’s lives better. She uses research and evidence-based approaches to better inform process and client work. Sarah previously worked as a public health analyst in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response on the Disaster Science and Behavioral Health teams. She also worked for 10 years in laboratories studying lentiviral vectors for gene therapy and mechanisms of airway repair in asthma.
Sarah loves cooking things from scratch (pasta, empanadas, cookies) and running. Sarah went to Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis and studied biology and chemistry as an undergraduate. She completed her doctorate in microbiology and immunology at George Washington University. She is located in Arlington, VA, USA.