Dedicated to telling the stories of nonprofit organizations, Sarah is an expert strategic communicator who brings her subjects to life through rich multimedia content. Sarah has led the development of high-impact social awareness campaigns as a multimedia editor at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) in Alexandria, Virginia. Whether creating the visual elements of a digital campaign for social media or coordinating logistics for photo shoots, Sarah's work has helped tell the stories of families of recovered or missing children across the country. In addition to her expert experience developing communications campaigns, Sarah is a skilled photographer who has traveled around the world documenting the stories of diverse communities and the universal humanity shared between cultures. In addition to lending her talent to strengthen the visual impact of communications campaigns, Sarah documents social and political narratives in Washington, DC. As the secretary for Women Photojournalists of Washington (WPOW) since 2017, Sarah fosters the next generation of female photojournalists and shares her passion for photography with others.