Sarah is an Assistant Professor in the CU Department of Family Medicine and a scholar at the Farley Health Policy Center. She has worked with FHPC since its inception, after completing her Family Medicine residency at the University of Colorado, she joined the FHPC as their first policy fellow in collaboration with the Robert Graham Center of Washington, DC. She then completed a NRSA primary care research fellowship and earned her MPH with a focus in Health System Management and Policy at the University of Colorado School of Public Health. Sarah provides patient care as a family physician to low-income and indigent populations at Denver Health, one of the largest safety-net hospital systems in the country. She has deep academic interests in primary care and integrated behavioral health, workforce and education, and the social determinants of health. She is also a passionate dancer and continues to travel nationally to perform and instruct in various Afro-Latin dances when time permits.