As a critical-practitioner and activist-scholar, Sara has spent the last 18 years working in social justice, advocacy and policy, social innovation, philanthropy and international development across Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin American, North America and the Middle East. She is a Ph.D. candidate at the New School for Public Engagement in Public Policy and a Lecturer at Pace University in Peace and Justice Studies.
Advising clients on building strategic and sustainable philanthropic and programmatic partnerships for various global projects. Those projects include access to finance, diaspora-driven philanthropic initiatives, diplomacy, global education and global health.
Being a part of dynamic and innovative private, public and communal initiatives that seek to bring social change through leveraging philanthropy allows me to observe and experience the politics, policies and practices of social change directly. In addition, working with partners that are receptive to exploring and evaluating the power and practice of philanthropy for global social change makes my work deeply gratifying.
Our consultants offer years of experience with the expertise and talent needed to create effective strategies for engaging philanthropists in productive, rewarding ways.