Sarah is currently pursuing a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) at the University of Missouri – St. Louis and is expected to complete her degree in 2023. Her research explores issues of business ethics, often in a nonprofit setting, as well as issues related to leadership, management, and fundraising strategy within the nonprofit sector.
She holds a master’s degree in Nonprofit Management from Washington University and has years of experience in nonprofit fundraising and management. She loves capturing the story of how a nonprofit organization makes a difference in the world and putting it on paper in a way that makes people feel connected and inspired to help. Sarah is a consultant and works with a variety of nonprofits across the US and Canada on fundraising strategy, individual giving, and grant writing.
Select published research and writing.
Ethics of Care as a Normative Theory of Fundraising, Journal of Philanthropy and Marketing, 2022
Does Your Nonprofit Mission Statement Drive Donations? Candid.com, 2022
Smells Like the American Workplace: Misfit and Perceptions of Ostracism in Foreign-Born Workers, Academy of Management Conference, 2022