Sarah implements the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation-funded projects "Catholic Sisters in Partnership for Sustainability" and "Living Charisms for Sustainable Human Development." Originally from Seattle, WA, Sarah earned her Master of Education degree through the University of Notre Dame's Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) Teaching Fellows program. She also earned her B.A. in Theology & Peace Studies from Notre Dame. Sarah also has a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Loyola University New Orleans. Her experience includes assisting with community development projects in Uganda, teaching elementary and middle school, providing mental health counseling in school and community agency contexts, and directing a nonprofit residential program for adolescents. Sarah's writing has been published in Journal of Counselor Practice and Louisiana Journal of Counseling.
M.S., Loyola University New Orleans; M.Ed., University of Notre Dame; B.A., University of Notre Dame
Trauma-Informed Care for Vulnerable Youth