Sarah is excited about increasing access to local food and educating people about their ability to make change through the local food system. Previously, Sarah worked in the mental health system, providing direct services and creating and implementing programs. After completing her Master’s degree in Nonprofit Management at Hamline University, she became passionate about the power of the donor and decided to jump into development.

As Fundraising Coordinator, Sarah supports The Good Acre by generating resources through building relationships with individuals and organizations. She believes that when you choose to give of your time, money, or knowledge, you become part of a community of people working to create change.

When she’s not at The Good Acre, you can find Sarah exploring new cuisines and trying to keep her dogs out of the vegetable garden.