Technical Assistance Provider
Sarah is a solution-oriented, versatile public health professional with research, knowledge translation, public health and disability policy, consulting, and leadership experience. She is passionate about reducing—and ultimately eliminating—health disparities in marginalized communities through education, capacity building, and advocacy. She has experience in areas including infant and early childhood mental health, substance misuse prevention, adolescent health, system navigation for families with children with developmental disabilities, adverse childhood experiences, and collaborative learning. She is a Training and Technical Assistance provider for the problem gambling prevention project. Sarah holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Psychology from Oglethorpe University and a Master of Public Health degree from Boston University. She is a Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) Fellow (2018-2019) and is completing a graduate certificate in Disability & Health Policy from Suffolk University.