Sarah Rose wants a St. Louis where everyone can thrive. She works as an associate project manager for the national affordable housing developer based in St. Louis, McCormack Baron Salazar. At MBS she helps to build and shape policies and practices within the company. Sarah also sits on the board of Metropolitan Congregations United, an interfaith group that organizes towards political change in STL and Missouri. She is also attends St. Louis Friends Meeting (Quakers) and is part of a multi-generational and multi-racial undoing racism organizing team based in St Louis and a research assistant to Wash-U Professor, John Robinson. Originally from Prince George's County, Maryland, Sarah graduated from Yale University in 2017 and moved to St. Louis in 2018.
Associate Project Manager, McCormack Baron Salazar