Sarah specializes in environmental and natural-resource policy, planning, and economics. Her professional and academic experience focuses on the economics of water resource planning; integrated watershed management; and socioeconomic dimensions of environmental planning and environmental impact assessment. She conducts quantitative and qualitative economic assessments using an ecosystem-services framework grounded in ecology and economics. With degrees in both the natural and social sciences, she provides valuable contributions to interdisciplinary teams by connecting ecological and economic concepts and translating meaningful information for effective decision processes. She has managed large-scale socioeconomic analyses for federal and state environmental review and has NEPA experience with all of the federal land and resource management agencies. She has presented her work on the economics of green infrastructure at regional and national conferences. In 2006, she was recognized with an AICP Outstanding Student Award. She volunteers for the Tualatin Riverkeepers on their Community Watershed Watch committee and enjoys gardening, cooking, and paddling the flat water around her community.
- M.A. Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning, Tufts University
- Certificate in Water: Systems, Science, and Society, Tufts University
- H.B.S. Environmental Economics, Policy, and Management, Oregon State University
- H.B.S. Geography, Oregon State University
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