Director, DePauw Women's Center
Sarah began working at DePauw in 2003, focusing primarily on civic education programs after working with curricular and co-curricular service-learning initiatives at Butler University. She completed her undergraduate studies in English literature at SUNY Brockport and earned a Master’s degree in college student development from Kansas State University.
In 2011, Sarah joined the Women’s Center staff. She has been an advocate for survivors of sexualized violence since 1996 and coordinates the Sexual Assault Survivor Advocates (SASA) program on campus. In addition to providing advocacy and resources for survivors, Sarah consults with students, faculty, and staff on a variety of women’s issues and organizes educational programs, including speakers, films, and discussions.