B.S., Recreation Administration: Outdoor Resource Management, San Diego State University
Sarah first fell in love with Wyoming in the summer of 2014 while working toward her degree as an intern in Grand Teton National Park. Nature, education and stewardship have always been important facets of Sarah's life, and throughout the years she has enjoyed volunteering for various outdoor organizations, parks and preserves. Since obtaining her degree, Sarah embarked on the great adventure of being a tour bus driver/guide in Denali, Alaska and a park ranger intern for Mount Rainier National Park, where she protected fragile subalpine ecosystems, worked search and rescue, and led outdoor educational programs for elementary school children. Sarah's greatest passions are hiking, traveling, and sharing her love of nature with others!