Sarah joined CHSR in 2007 to work on evaluating Family Resource Centers located throughout New York State. Sarah has worked in university and private research centers exploring a range of topics including child maltreatment prevention, adolescent substance use, child care, coercion in mental health settings, violence risk assessment, and corporate downsizing. She has experience with a number of quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis methods, as well as research design and implementation. Her work has been presented in peer-reviewed journals, at national conferences, and in government reports.
Sarah received her Bachelor’s degree from Alfred University and attended Indiana University for graduate work in Sociology.