Sarah is a Staff Environmental Scientist who earned her bachelor's degree in Earth and Environmental Sciences from the University of Michigan. While in Ann Arbor, she was a research assistant in a geomicrobiology Lab research where she explored the geophysical characteristics of harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie. Sarah’s field experience includes subsurface investigations, groundwater monitoring and sampling, and soil vapor sampling.
Sarah grew up in Seattle and enjoys weekend trips to the cascades for hiking and skiing, as well as swimming in Lake Washington. In her free time, Sarah is either reading, at the movie theater, baking, or taking her dog to the park. Sarah also loves playing spike ball and cooking with friends.