Sara is human-centered.
Sara knows the value that lived experience brings to health and policy conversations. With a love of storytelling and an eye toward equity, she enjoys crafting strategies that humanize data with personal accounts to create more complete and compelling messages.
Prior to joining the McCabe team, Sara worked on maternal and sexual and reproductive health policy at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. She has also worked on projects related to the intersection of housing and health among chronically homeless people, and improving health care access among former foster youth.
Sara earned a bachelor’s degree in Public Policy with a specialization in Human Rights from the University of Chicago, where she graduated summa cum laude and was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. She enjoys hiking, going to the theatre, and browsing the local library and is on a quest to find the best ice cream in D.C.