Sarah leads manager research and due diligence efforts for the Mission Related Investing Practice out of the Boston office. Her focus spans asset classes and impact themes, which include environmental management and climate change as well as health and wellness.
Sarah has ten years of diverse experience in the nonprofit and private sector fields. She began her career advancing women’s political and economic empowerment in western Africa. She then spent four years with Conservation International in Washington DC leveraging climate change science to influence global policy. This work prompted her graduate studies at Duke University, where she focused on the link between corporate strategy, environmental and social performance, and impact investing. At Duke, Sarah led a team of business school peers in a Yale University impact investing case competition, where her team won and participated in a follow-on round at the World Economic Forum in 2016.
Prior to joining Cambridge Associates, Sarah worked for management consulting firm Partners in Performance on operational improvement initiatives for industrial clients around the world. Sarah brings a unique blend of perspectives in environmental management and business strategy and operations to the Mission Related Investing Practice.
MBA, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University
Master of Environmental Management, Duke University
BA, Bates College