Sarah’s interest is in using research to solve pressing problems across the political and policy landscape. On GSG’s research team, she focuses on data analysis and message development for political, non-profit, and corporate clients.
Prior to joining GSG, Sarah worked in the Health Division at IMPAQ International, a D.C.-based policy research and consulting firm. In this role, Sarah supported the implementation of the Affordable Care Act-mandated Health Insurance Marketplaces and contributed to a longitudinal research study on healthcare-acquired infections in U.S. hospitals.
Sarah began her career in politics and policy with internships at Planned Parenthood and the local office of Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI). She graduated Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude from Brown University, where she studied Political Science. In her spare time, Sarah enjoys reading, knitting, doing the New York Times crossword puzzle, and most other activities she can do from the comfort of her couch.