Sarah grew up in Durham, North Carolina and attended a nearby university, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, as a Morehead-Cain Scholar. Throughout college, she was passionate about the ways in which individuals’ demographics altered their lived experiences. During her four years in school, Sarah was a research assistant that focused on research highlighting racial discrimination, arbitrary court decisions, and episodic media framing of campus sexual assault. She took these interests and expanded on them while spending her summers working at the Washington D.C. Public Defender Service and at New York Public Radio. When Sarah finished her undergraduate degree, she graduated with a dual degree in African American Studies and Political Science with honors, minoring in Public Policy.
After graduating, Sarah began working at a local personal injury law firm where she contributed to hundreds of cases. As an investigative legal assistant and paralegal, she focused on getting to know clients’ stories and experiences as she focused on setting up their cases for success. Sarah recently relocated to Denver, Colorado to follow her love of the mountains and traveling. In her free time, Sarah can be found hiking or making homemade jewelry. One of her goals was to stay in the personal injury field to expand on her passion of serving injured clients. At the Fang Law Firm, Sarah brings all of her personal experiences to the table and is excited to speak to every client she works with. She enjoys devising solutions for clients to help their cases move forward as efficiently and effectively as possible.