Sarah serves as Assistant Director, Humanitarian Program for RTW Charitable Foundation where she is responsible for humanitarian grants and community partnerships.
Prior to joining RTWCF, Sarah worked in international development and grants management, most recently at World Connect, a microgrant-giving non-profit focused on community-led health, education, and economic initiatives. Sarah worked with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), researching nature-based solutions for the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. At Jesuit Refugee Service South Africa, she worked with refugee and asylum-seeking women, highlighting their stories and designing a sustainable communication strategy for the organization. She also lived and worked in Belize City, Belize for two years, managing youth development programming at an all-boys high school with Jesuit Volunteer Corps.
I believe in using our skills and resources to support communities that are not always in the spotlight. That’s what we’re doing at RTWCF and I’m excited and humbled to be a part of it.
Sarah holds her M.A. in International Political Economy and Development from Fordham University, where she was an Arrupe Fellow, and a B.B.A. in Business Management, International Business, and Theology from Villanova University. More recently, Sarah completed a certificate in Global Mental Health: Trauma & Recovery through the Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma.