Director of Training and Partnerships
A passionate storyteller and life-long advocate for human rights, Sarah has spent her career working at the intersection of gender, economic development, and forced migration. After completing her degree in International Development at the University of Washington, Seattle, Sarah spent several years directing a holistic job-readiness training program for female refugees living in Idaho. In 2018 she moved to Washington, D.C. to advance women’s economic empowerment initiatives at an international nonprofit before coming to AsylumWorks. Sarah is a native English speaker with proficiency in Swahili.