Sarah is the vice president of corporate giving within the Office of Corporate Social Responsibility at Prudential Financial, Inc. In her current role, she leads Prudential’s efforts to prepare and connect people to quality jobs. This includes supporting demand-driven employment pathways for underserved populations, building diverse talent pipelines in math and technology, and improving job quality for American workers. Previously, she was the associate director of teaching & learning at The Center for Arts Education, funding arts education programs in New York City public schools. She was also a program associate and operations manager at Associated Grant Makers, Inc, a regional association of grantmakers in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Sarah currently serves on the Partners Council of the National Fund for Workforce Solutions, co-chair of the Education Subcommittee of the Newark Funders Group, on Mayor Baraka’s National Community Schools Advisory Board and the Governance Committee of the Funders Collaborative for High Quality School Options in Newark. She was also selected as a Presidential Leadership Scholar in the 2015 inaugural class. She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Wellesley College and a master’s degree in education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Sarah was a participant at the 2018 Economic Security Summit, which was held July 9-12, 2018, in Aspen, Colorado.