Sarah is a third-year student at the University of Minnesota studying fisheries, wildlife, and conservation biology with a minor in wildlife care and handling. In high school, she was the president of the National Honor Society and a member of student council. She was also the captain of the competitive speech team and a six-year state participant and state champion of humorous interpretation. Her love of chimpanzees and orangutans brought her to the science world. She enjoys science education and teaching youth about ways to keep our Earth safe and clean. Her goal is to work with the Jane Goodall Institute to better the lives of animals and humans and conserve the environment. She joined the Acara Changemakers freshman year and now works with IonE’s International Energy Partnerships as a project assistant. She is excited to be part of a diverse group of people interested in making change. In her free time, she enjoys listening to Broadway musicals, going on hikes, and eating crab rangoons.