Sarah first came to CLU as a research fellow with the Center for Popular Democracy in September 2014. She holds a Master’s in Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning from Tufts University. In her years at CLU as a movement research generalist, Sarah has supported campaigns concerning wage and hour violations; public transportation fare structures; commercial short-term rentals; community-controlled microgrids; child care for nonstandard schedules; child care-supportive zoning ordinances; and statewide universal child care. She is still waiting for an opportunity to support a long-term, grassroots-driven action research project. Sarah is also interested in the strategies and practices of solidarity economy, evaluation, contemplative traditions, and storytelling.