Sarah specializes in water resources management, hydrology, GIS, and development. As a member of the WWF Conservation Science Program’s freshwater team, her current research interests focus on adaptation, spatial planning, and ecosystem services.
Prior to joining WWF, Sarah served as a water resources engineer at the Louis Berger Group, providing environmental expertise to asses environmental impacts and suggest mitigation measures for a variety of infrastructure projects ranging from airport development to hydroelectric dams. She received her MSc in water resources engineering and her BS in mechanical engineering from Tufts University. Her Master’s research was on assessment of aspects of water availability and water management in Africa through the mapping hydroclimatic indicators.