Sarah is a sustainability practitioner interested in helping business drive sustainable development by becoming more competitive. In her capacity as Manager, CEO & Investor Engagement, at Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose, she creates strategy to deepen CEO engagement across the 150 leading companies that comprise CECP’s community and brings to life an ambitious schedule of opportunities that showcase and involve mostly Fortune 500 CEOs in CECP’s mission of business as a force for good. She co-leads the New York City chapter of Women Investing for a Sustainable Economy (WISE) and chairs the Global Initiative for Sustainability Ratings’ (GISR) Technical Advisory Committee.
Previously, Sarah kept pulse on macro-level trends and shaped global policy on sustainability transparency and disclosure for some 8000 companies as Manager, Reporting at the United Nations (UN) Global Compact. She managed institutional partnerships with other policy leaders such as IIRC and GRI. In addition, she piloted projects that drive integration, valuation, & communication of ESG issues in mainstream financial markets (e.g., stock markets and investor relations) while co-coordinating the UN’s Sustainable Stock Exchanges initiative during its transformative growth phase. Prior to the UN Global Compact, Sarah led strategic and operational sustainability projects in the civil sector at AIESEC, and in the private sector as a consultant at BSD Consulting, particularly in Latin America.
She now lives in New York City and spends her free time being a resident tourist.