Sarah is a consultant for CSW who works to improve the capacity of public and private partners to respond to industry talent demands. Previously a Senior Policy Associate, she is passionate about public/private partnership approaches and policy solutions to economic, workforce, and community development challenges facing communities, regions, and states.
Sarah worked as an Associate with Workforce Strategy Center (WSC) where she helped communities develop career pathways. Prior to working with WSC, she worked at the Chicago Jobs Council to ensure access to employment and career advancement opportunities for people living in poverty. While at the W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, Sarah was a Special Projects Coordinator and conducted research on workforce, economic, and educational development and worked with community stakeholders to improve the economy through education and workforce development.
In 2013, Sarah published Connecting the Dots Between Education, Interests, and Careers: Grades 7-10. She earned a Master of Public Policy degree from the University of Chicago.