Sarah holds a master’s degree in Health Behavior and Health Education from the University of Michigan, where she specialized in Health Communications. She is experienced in utilizing behavior change theory to develop health education content that is appropriate for lower-literacy and lower-numeracy audiences. Sarah is skilled at applying the principles of plain language and risk communication to health promotion projects and curricula. She has received 40 hours of didactic training in Motivational Interviewing and is also trained and experienced in the use of qualitative research methods. Sarah is passionate about a variety of health topics, but her main interests include violence prevention, trauma, eating disorders, mental health, and substance use.