Sara is an accomplished environmental advocate who has a passion for public land preservation. She served as Executive Director and Campaign Director with Tuleyome in northern California. There, Sara led the campaign for the permanent protection of the Berryessa Snow Mountain region, which was declared a National Monument on July 10th, 2015, by President Obama.
 
She held a leadership role at the Anza Borrego Foundation, working with the State of California as the official partner of Anza Borrego State Park, and led the Native American Land Conservancy in the effort to return tribal lands to tribal hands.
 
Sara advocated for the wildlands of the northern Yosemite region of the Sierra Nevada with the Central Sierra Environmental Resource Center. And, as a consultant, she has helped guide small environmental nonprofits through different stages of organizational planning, as well as the development of campaigns and advocacy strategies.
 
Sara is excited to join the Broads team and the opportunity to lead a national grassroots organization is a dream come true for her.