As a Policy Analyst at Carbon Direct, Sarah helps companies navigate the policy and regulatory landscape for support of carbon management and climate initiatives.
Sarah shares her expertise of climate and carbon policy, in the United States at the state and federal level as well as globally at the national and regional level, to help clients access support for their carbon management, removal, storage, and utilization projects.
Background & Bio
Sarah worked for several years in the environmental nonprofit sector, both domestically and internationally, in a variety of capacities, including project management, event planning and orchestration, and external partnership development. She completed a Master’s of Public Administration with a concentration in Environmental Science and Policy from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. While completing her graduate degree, she worked as a Student Research Officer for the Carbon Management Research Initiative at Columbia’s Center on Global Energy Policy, where she studied the growing market for low-carbon hydrogen and ammonia. For her capstone with the Natural Resources Defense Council, she managed a team of graduate consultants in their endeavor to develop policy recommendations for managing HFC emissions.
Master of Public Administration
Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs