Sarah Boege (she/they) is a Senior Policy Analyst with the Center for Social Policy in Practice at the Carsey School of Public Policy. They support Carsey School research through quantitative & qualitative data collection and analysis, GIS mapping, tracking the policy landscape in New Hampshire and beyond, and translating and disseminating research findings. Sarah is known for her passion for knowledge translation, always carefully considering how to make research findings digestible and usable for different audiences.
Sarah holds a BA in Sustainability and Spanish Linguistics from Arizona State University and a Master’s in Public Policy (MPP) from Oregon State University. Prior to working at Carsey, she was a Policy Analyst at UNH’s Institute on Disability and worked abroad in sustainable community development in rural Guatemala. During their time at the Carsey School, they have also supported research at the Center for Impact Finance, particularly around equitable solar finance and aligning investments to improve population health. At the core of her past and current work is the use of research to inform more equitable and accessible policy, practice, and decision-making.