Sarah is a central coast native with extensive experience mentoring and tutoring students with a diversity of backgrounds and goals. She is a long-time advisor and mentor for the local homeschooling community and tutor for high school and community college students, including first generation, remedial, special needs, and adult returning students. In addition to field work and assisting with project management and resource tracking, Sarah is overseeing Creek Land Conservation’s Resilient Watershed Education program. Her projects focus on delivering watershed training and education to educators and students at public, charter, and home schools. She holds a Bachelor of Sciences degree in Ecology from UCSB and a Master of Arts degree in Environmental Planning & Management from the University of Illinois, Springfield.
Sarah expresses her love of God, family, and nature by going on family adventures, trying to surf, fishing, hiking, camping, cooking, baking, and drinking hot cocoa with whipped cream, cinnamon, and a good book.