Sarah is an educator and professional development provider working with teachers, students, and community members to use sustainability as an integrating concept for school transformation. She works closely with the Burlington School District and the Sustainability Academy and is deeply involved in the Farm’s power and privilege work. Sarah holds a dual B.A. from Mount Holyoke College and a graduate degree from Yale University and has taught in museums, community gardens, schools and shelters for homeless families. She serves on the Organizational Development Committee of the School Reform Initiative and is a community organizer for the Institute for Democratic Education in America. Her work centers on the ideas of play, equity and justice/anti-racism, transformation, collaboration and voice.