At Towson University and at Johns Hopkins, she stood up for students at Maryland’s universities to hold down tuition and fees without hurting the quality of our education.
Since then, she worked for the National Aquarium, advocating for the Chesapeake Bay and expanded conservation education for Baltimore kids.
Recently, Sarah worked with our state universities to attract new businesses to Maryland, creating 21st century jobs and revitalizing our communities. She lives in downtown Annapolis and served as the Vice President of her Community Association.
"Over the past several years, I've met with neighbors, parents, teachers, business owners, and environmental advocates – speaking in their living rooms and around kitchen tables about the values and challenges facing Annapolis, South County, and our state. I’ve spent my career advocating for public education, protecting the Bay, and creating 21st century jobs in Maryland. I have the energy, experience, and tenacity to bring the voices and values of our community to the State House."
A PLAN TO CREATE JOBS BY PROTECTING THE BAY AND IMPROVING OUR SCHOOLS
IMPROVE PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Sarah is a proud product of public schools and believes that every child in every neighborhood benefits from a great public education. She’ll support parents and teachers and make sure every student receives a 21st century education and is prepared to enter the workforce.
As the daughter of a train engineer and a probation officer, Sarah knows we need a range of jobs —from small business, to blue collar, to hi-tech. As our new State Senator, she’ll work to revitalize downtown Annapolis and grow jobs throughout our community.
PROTECT THE BAY
The Chesapeake Bay is more than a beautiful backdrop for our community, it’s at the root of thousands of local jobs. As State Senator, Sarah will continue the professional work she’s done for years— protect our Bay and the jobs that rely on it.
Strengthen South County’s Economy
Sarah will work to bring small businesses to South County and support existing and new veteran-owned businesses. She’ll fight to expand childcare opportunities for working families and economic opportunities for South County’s agriculture and watermen.