As the Director of Projects and Development at ARCHIVE Global, a non-profit organization that combats disease through design interventions, Sarah has been working in conjunction with the team in a variety of regions tackling a number of global challenges. Her recent work includes combating malaria and other vector-borne diseases in Africa as well as diarrheal and intestinal diseases in Asia.
Sarah holds a Master’s Degree in Architecture from Pratt Institute, is a licensed architect, and is a LEED Accredited Professional specialized in Building Design and Construction. Her invaluable leadership at ARCHIVE Global is preceded with many years of experience in affordable housing, healthcare architecture, and construction expertise. She is particularly interested in sustainable design, resiliency, and hazard mitigation in vulnerable environments, and has been a volunteer in the Design for Risk and Reconstruction Committee at AIA NYC since 2014.