Sarah supports business development in the Mission Services and Technology Solutions division. She brings more than 10 years of experience in applying methodologies and direction for cyber programs, supporting Department of Defense (DoD) and U.S. Government personnel.
Sarah uses her background in training and education to provide agencies with support in developing and improving risk management planning, program operations, and overall effectiveness. Sarah is an expert in leading disparate teams towards the goal of commercializing innovative and differentiated training capabilities. She ensures that training content is applicable for both government and industry partners and works with subject matter experts to create live scenario assessments to simulate real-world environmental threats.
Sarah often speaks and publishes articles on cyber resilience, critical infrastructure, and education and training. Previously, she presented at the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education conference to discuss the importance that training and education have on the careers of service members and federal and civilian employees. She also developed several white papers and provided submissions to conferences regarding how women from outside of the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) community could supplement the large cyber workforce gap. As a leader in the cyber field, Sarah can explain how the skills developed in other fields of knowledge are directly applicable to the unfilled cyber work roles.
Ph.D., Curriculum and Teaching, Northcentral University
M.A., Educational Leadership and Administration, Virginia Commonwealth University
B.S., Elementary Education, Bloomsburg University