Sarah is a passionate environmental advocate focused on using legal and regulatory tools to protect our planet. She received a J.D. from Vermont Law School in 2020, where she was a clinician at the Institute for Energy and the Environment; Symposium Editor for the Vermont Law Review; a Social Justice Mission Scholar; a Rubin Memorial Fellow; and a Jonathan J. Williams fellow. After leaving Vermont, Sarah earned her LL.M. in energy and environmental policy from Georgetown University Law Center. She has broad experience in environmental protection and administrative law. She has helped draft guidance documents on enforcement and implementation of multilateral environmental agreements for the Environmental Law Institute and UNEP; researched the effects of biofuels mandates in the Paris Agreement on global poverty levels; and served as a clerk for Hon. Deborah Carroll at the Washington, D.C. Office of Administrative Hearings. She’s excited to bring her passion for social justice and environmental advocacy to Utah as a member of Utah Clean Energy’s team of experts, and to support a resilient and flexible grid that works for all Utahns and the planet.