Sarah Davis has ten years of experience as an educator and education advocate that reflect her passion for racial justice and her effectiveness as an educator and leader in adult development. Sarah earned a B.S. in Criminology, Law, and Society from George Mason University and an M.Ed. in Education Policy and Leadership from American University. Sarah began her career in education as a Teach For America (TFA) corps member in the New York Region. Sarah then spent four years teaching and leading at Achievement First Crown Heights Middle School in Brooklyn, NY before relocating with her family to Atlanta, GA.
Sarah currently serves as a part-time Partnerships and Engagement consultant with redefinED and a part-time Senior Manager with TNTP. Sarah also recently collaborated with Hand in Hand Consulting to offer anti-racism focused professional development for school administration and staff in Georgia, and she served as a Policy Advisor Fellow with Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE). In addition, Sarah was also a founding Middle Academy instructor and Community Engagement and Advocacy Coordinator at Resurgence Hall Charter School, a K-8 public charter school in East Point, GA.
When she is not working, Sarah enjoys reading, binge-watching TV shows and movies, and spending time with her husband and daughter as they await the arrival of their son.