Sara is a Senior Research Specialist in the Environmental Analysis & Communications (EAC) Group at Bloustein where she works with the Sustainable Raritan River Initiative and Rutgers Raritan River Consortium. As part of the EAC Group, Sara has worked with state and local governments on several planning projects including a Brownfield to Greenfield project in Perth Amboy, a statewide climate adaptation/habitat vulnerability assessment project, and a Municipal Public Access Plan and Coastal Vulnerability Assessment for New Brunswick. Sara is a part-time lecturer at Bloustein and co-taught a graduate planning studio on wetlands and habitat restoration for a working waterfront in the Raritan Center. Her Fall 2017 graduate planning studio focuses on environmental, design and regulatory aspects of the Raritan River boardwalk and bicycle/pedestrian bridge as proposed in the Rutgers 2030 Master Plan. She holds a BS from the University of Massachusetts/Boston and she received a Master of Environmental Studies from the University of Pennsylvania in 2012. Sara serves as Chair of the Franklin Township Shade Tree Commission in Somerset.