Sarah is an innovative thinker – she is always willing to tinker to develop new approaches to her projects and their various challenges. With her background in GIS, Sarah has a deep understanding of how to communicate information spatially and is an asset to any team that needs to exploit the relationship between data and mapping. Sarah has dedicated extensive time to collecting and analyzing data on outdoor recreation and tourism in her own community, and understands the array of positive impacts accessible recreation can have on individuals and their community.
Sarah joined SE Group in 2022, specializing in environmental planning and analysis. She previously spent time as a Research Assistant for the Institute of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism and worked as a GIS Technician for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. Sarah has a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies with a Certificate in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) from Utah State University.
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Outside the office
Born and raised in the Midwest, Sarah has traded in her views of rolling corn fields for the vast topography of the Mountain West. She has spent her years here in the mountains dabbling in the many seasonal activities Utah has to offer. Through the spring, summer, and fall, you can find her backpacking through the Uintah’s, pounding dirt on Wasatch trails, or trying her hand at fly fishing, climbing, rafting, and mountain biking. Sarah spends her winter months out on the slopes striving to reach her dream of being an intermediate snowboarder, as well as tromping around the snowy trails with her dog, Naapi.