Manager, Program and Partnerships , Code for America
Sarah develops partnerships and program strategies in support of Code for America's Integrated Benefits portfolio, an initiative designed to deliver user-centered approaches to integrate and improve access to crucial benefits programs.
Sarah has worked with a range of community-driven nonprofits both domestically and internationally. Before joining CfA, Sarah was a Project Manager at the Center for Effective Global Action, an international development research hub at UC Berkeley, where she led the Center’s flagship technology initiative. Prior to that, Sarah consulted with the World Bank focusing on corruption prevention and quality management within the health sector. Sarah holds an MA in International Policy from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey and a BA in Economics and International Relations from Lake Forest College.