Sarah is a longtime champion of girls and women, as she believes they are central to poverty eradication, community empowerment and economic growth. Inspired by personal experiences and research, she founded Girls Health Ed in 2012, a community-based nonprofit organization, which provides comprehensive health education to underserved adolescent girls and young women with the goal of helping them make empowered, lifelong decisions.
Girls Health Ed’s 100+ Teaching Fellows use an original curriculum created by medical, public health, and education professionals and its program is currently operating in 70+ schools and community centers throughout the United States, and in Kenya in partnership with community-based organizations. Girls Health Ed has reached over 4,000 girls and young women to date and aims to reach 5,000 by 2020.
To learn more, please visit www.girlshealthed.org.