For over a decade Sarah has enjoyed exploring Loudoun’s natural beauty through Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy’s programs. Her children grew up toddling through local creeks in search of aquatic life at Loudoun Wildlife’s stream monitoring events. Now a certified stream monitor, Sarah participates in the organization’s local water quality assessment initiatives. She has also experienced the wonders of raising Monarch butterflies from caterpillars found on milkweed purchased at a Loudoun Wildlife native plant sale. Currently Sarah is the director of a “life skills” literacy program that provides Loudoun residents with communication and computer instruction to advance professionally and improve their quality of life. Sarah graduated from Cornell University and has a Master’s degree in health policy and management from the Harvard School of Public Health.