Archaeology/science writing, copywriting, satire
Archaeology, history, marketing, politics, feminism, book publishing, fantasy, science fiction, romance
Sarah graduated summa cum laude from USC and received both the Presidential Scholarship and the USC Discovery Scholarship. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. She authored a study of terracotta figurines from Tell al-Judaidah, a Turkish archaeological site, and presented her research at the Archaeological Institute of America's annual meeting.
Sarah graduated with distinction and received the USA Merit Postgraduate Scholarship. Her research focused on Early Bronze Age burial practices in the Cyclades. Her archaeological research on Bronze Age economic practices was published in Track Changes: The University of Sheffield Postgraduate Journal of the Faculty of Arts & Humanities.
Sarah has written a variety of archaeological reports, research articles and conference papers. Her work has been published in a postgraduate research journal, and her archaeology writing won an award at USC for significant scholarly work.
Sarah is a novelist and short story writer with extensive knowledge of the publishing industry. She hosts a popular podcast about romance publishing.
Sarah is an outspoken feminist and is familiar with both historic feminism and the ever-changing modern political and social landscape. She has particular expertise in the topics of women in STEM, women in the publishing industry, women writing science fiction and fantasy, the feminism of romance novels and the #MeToo movement.
Sarah drafted Facebook posts for clients at a digital agency, including social copy for a celebrity who promoted the US Fund for UNICEF's fundraising efforts.
Sarah drafted Twitter copy for several clients at a digital agency, and her tweets were used by a celebrity promoting the US Fund for UNICEF's Mother's Day campaign.