Serving as the Partnership’s Data Analyst, Sara is passionate about the role data plays in telling a story and particularly enjoys using it to upset the status quo to improve policy, expand funding, and build impactful programming for families. Having earned a bachelor’s degree in Social Work and master’s degree in Education, Sara focused her learning on interdisciplinary studies and education development. She has experience as an educator and administrator, has worked in the world of HIV, managed a childhood obesity telemedicine program, worked in strategic development in the field of health and wellness, and has written pre-k curriculum approved by the state of Florida. With flexibility of mind and a love for change, Sara seeks adventure wherever she can find it, whether that be drinking a mimosa with the pilot in the cockpit of a Boeing 777, eating foie gras wrapped in cotton candy, participating in protests to support human rights with her husband and two daughters, or taking unplanned trips to the Isle of Skye. An avid reader, her current book recommendations include The Moment of Lift by Melinda Gates and We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.