Sarah began teaching at GFS in 1998, where she taught for four years before becoming Director in 2002. Since then, Early Childhood has grown and evolved from a small program to a full division, but the focus has remained on the children, the teachers, and their relationships. Sarah loves what she does because there is never a dull moment. She can spend hours speaking to parents about the curriculum and GFS' teachers, who provide the strength for the program, but the highlight of her days remains the time she spends with the Early Childhood students.
Sarah received her Master's in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Texas and her Doctorate in Educational and Organizational Research from the University of Pennsylvania. Her dissertation research examined social class and socioeconomic status in an independent school setting. Sarah enjoys travel, reading, and attending local cultural events and museums with her family. Her two sons were superlifers at GFS.