A.B. in Linguistics from University of Georgia and Ed.M. in Mind, Brain, and Education from Harvard University
Sarah came to sociology following a rather roundabout path. She has long been passionate about social causes, with child welfare her primary concern. Frustrated after a 10-year stint working in a variety of non-profit institutions serving children and families, Sarah returned to academia to seek out answers. Instead, like many good academics, she only found more questions. Her primary areas of research are K-12 education, neighborhoods, and social networks. Sarah has an AB in linguistics from the University of Georgia and an Ed.M. in Mind, Brain and Education from Harvard University.