As the Program Coordinator, Sarah is responsible for communications and external relations for the Center and for programming for conferences, special events, and visitors. She also manages the Visiting Scholars Program, which hosts visiting researchers each year in residence. Sarah holds a BA from Syracuse University in International Relations with a concentration in European Studies and Foreign Policy, and a Master's degree (ALM) from the Harvard Extension School in Government. As an undergraduate, she studied in Strasbourg, France where she conducted research on public opinion within the United States and the EU on genetically modified foods and how those differences played out within the WTO. Her main research interests now focus on citizenship and nationality issues for stateless people.