Next Generation Chicago Steering Committee
Sarah graduated in 2015 from the American University in Washington, DC where she majored in History and Art History, earned a minor in American Studies, and a certificate in European Studies. Sarah supplemented her studies at AU with courses taken at Columbia University in New York and Sotheby’s Institute in London. After interning in a US senate office, working at Barneys, and consulting for a Philadelphia-based collector, Sarah moved to Chicago where she now works as an insurance advisor to successful individuals and families at a boutique firm in Chicago.
When not working for her clients, Sarah enjoys traveling and finding ways to incorporate her passion for the arts with her political activism and engagement with UNICEF. In addition to her involvement with UNICEF, Sarah is an ambassador for Concern Worldwide, is an active member of the Council on Global Affairs, and volunteers for Pets Are Worth Saving (PAWS) Chicago, and the Art Institute of Chicago, among other institutions. She is also a member of the Renaissance Society’s Chicago Committee, a supporter of the Chicago Artists Coalition, and a member of the Museum of Contemporary Art’s Emerge Board.