Sarah Shaer is a Principal Researcher whose research focuses on Gender and Public Policy and Youth issues. Sarah compliments her academic experience with a background in strategy consulting where she was a member of the government and public sector practice at PwC.
During her tenure at MBRSG, Sarah has worked in the Governance and Innovation Program, Gender and Public Policy Program and the Youth Initiative on projects surrounding citizen engagement in service delivery, youth empowerment, knowledge production and globalization, women and leadership, education and unemployment.
Sarah holds a Master’s degree in Anthropology from the University of Chicago and a BA from Wellesley College specializing in women’s and gender studies. Sarah was 2010 fellow at the Albright Institute of Global Affairs.