Sarah’s primary responsibility is to establish, manage, and grow partnerships with philanthropic donors in support of SIF’s programs and initiatives.
Prior to joining SIF, Sarah worked on strategic partnerships at UNICEF USA for more than seven years, supporting fundraising efforts for UNICEF programming around the world in the areas of Social and Behavior Change, Migration, Nutrition, and Humanitarian Emergencies. She also worked in grant writing and fundraising for local non-profit organizations in New York City.
Sarah holds a Masters in Public Health with an emphasis on Community Health Education from East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania, and a Bachelors in Arts in Sociology and Biology from Bucknell University. She speaks English and Spanish.
I have dedicated my career to building partnerships in the interest of advancing human rights and equity. At SIF, I am excited to focus my passion on this work in the context of Central America and Mexico among incredible colleagues, allies and partners.