Since childhood, Sarah has been passionate about advocating for children. Whether it was helping families at a drug rehab facility her father ran in Manhattan or working to eradicate human trafficking of minors in Atlanta through the Junior League, Sarah has always followed her heart for others.
After studying international relations in undergrad, Sarah attended law school with a focus on international human rights and social justice. She volunteered with Street Law to help children convicted of crimes understand the criminal justice system, and founded a student led international human rights group.
Sarah continues to follow her passions by volunteering on the Junior League of Atlanta's Diversity & Inclusion committee and serving on the Young Professional Leaders advisory board for the United Way of Greater Atlanta. In her day job at Kefi, a new concept that launched this year, she’s working to design an inclusive space that provides amazing experiences and moments of play for families of all types.