The serious stuff:
Sarah Sullivan received her Master’s degree in Public Administration with a focus in Nonprofit Management from Ohio University. Sarah has a passion for improving the lives of all animals and has held various internships and positions with multiple animal welfare organizations. She is eager to support a team dedicated to replacing animal testing with more effective methods based on human biology in order to improve human health. Sarah has a background in communications, policy, and community engagement. She founded a small nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing the suffering and overpopulation of outdoor feral cats at the local level through Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) and linking community members to accessible, low-cost spay and neuter resources.
The fun stuff:
Sarah resides in Ohio with her five cats, tortoise, and dog, a rescued Basset Hound/ Australian Shepherd mix. In her spare time, Sarah enjoys spending time outside, gardening, and training her dog for agility and obedience competitions.