Sarah Abramowitz joined Ross Strategic in 2016 after graduating from the University of Washington’s Evans School of Public Policy and Governance with a master’s degree in public administration and a certificate in international development. She also holds a certificate from UW’s Foster School of Business in technology entrepreneurship and bachelor’s degrees in political science and communication. At Ross, Sarah applies her analytical, research, and communication skills to support projects focused on environmental health, climate change mitigation, and environmental information management.
Prior to joining Ross Strategic, Sarah worked for the Washington State House of Representatives’ nonpartisan Office of Program Research, and worked for several nonprofits and startups applying her international, domestic, and state policy background to topics ranging from food waste reduction to air quality management.
Outside of work Sarah spends her time as a coach and social media strategist for Social Venture Partners’ Fast Pitch program; sits on Seattle’s Community Technology Advisory Board’s eGov Committee; and enjoys traveling, eating all the tasty food Seattle has to offer, and exploring with her dog, Max.