Sarah received a B.A. in Spanish Business with a minor in Human Services from Messiah College in 2012. While at Messiah College, she served as the Latino and Migrant Partnership Coordinator and interned with the National Adoption Center, where she helped to coordinate events to match prospective parents with youth eligible for adoption. She also interned at Forgotten Voices International, where she advocated for community support for children who had been orphaned in Zambia and Zimbabwe. Upon graduation, Sarah moved to Viña del Mar, Chile, where she co-led a program connecting corporate volunteers with a local orphanage and taught as a professor at a local university. She continues to advocate for adoption reform in Chile and currently volunteers with the Law School's clinics as a Spanish Interpreter.