Sarah is the RightsCon Program Associate at Access Now. Previously she worked in communications at the International Women's Health Coalition, where she supported strategic, advocacy-driven digital campaigns, and as a consultant for the Center for International Humanitarian Cooperation. She has also interned at the US National Archives and Records Administration, and at DAI, an international development company based outside Washington, DC. She has participated in civil society coalition work at the United Nations, and conducted research on multilateral response to genocide and other mass atrocity crimes. In 2017, she edited and fact-checked Milestones in Humanitarian Action, a compilation of personal essays written by humanitarian aid workers. Sarah holds a bachelor of arts in Classics and a certificate in international relations from Wesleyan University. She is proficient in French, and can read both Latin and Ancient Greek.