Sarah recently moved to the Central Coast from Seattle, where she was a fisheries biologist for an environmental consulting company for the past 9 years. Prior to that, she lived and worked in Sonoma County for several years. Sarah’s work experiences include salmon recovery plan implementation, watershed management planning, and collaborative development of voluntary agricultural stewardship programs. She also taught marine science on Catalina Island. She now works for Caltrans as a permitting biologist.
Sarah holds a masters degree in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences from the University of Washington, and a bachelor of science in biology from Duke University.
Sarah enjoys spending time on the water, standup paddle boarding, surfing, or kiteboarding. She also enjoys hiking and backpacking.