Sarah Strnad

Sarah (she/they) cares deeply about working to address contemporary problems, particularly in the areas of human rights, and racial and economic justice. She has a MA in International Human Rights from the University of Denver, and a strong awareness and understanding of the intersection of race, class, gender, and disability, and the implications for human rights, social justice, development, and global health. Prior to joining NEO, Sarah worked with young Jewish Philanthropists at Slingshot and has years of social justice organizing with Jews for Racial and Economic Justice. They live in Brooklyn with their wife and Mini Goldendoodle.


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