True health equity is only possible when all people have access to the means that allow them a place to grow, to discover, to create, and to reach their life’s potential.
Sarah King, a native of Salt Lake City, Utah, holds a Bachelor of Arts in social work from the University of Washington and a Master of Public Health from Boston University. Her experience includes developing regional emergency response plans for the City of Cambridge, MA, overseeing malnutrition programming in Ghana, surveying HIV knowledge in Uganda, and interning with Save the Children’s Emergency Health and Nutrition team. Prior to joining GHC, Sarah served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Senegal. She supported the country’s ongoing maternal and child health programming by aiding in various health assessments, nutrition programming, vaccination campaigns, malnutrition screenings, and health education trainings. In her free time, Sarah can be found practicing yoga, listening to podcasts, and exploring the outdoors.