Sarah Street is a junior in Grace Hopper College majoring in History and pursuing a certificate in Education Studies. Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, she spent years tutoring students within the complex inner-city education system, which inspired her passion for educational equity and reform. Sarah is driven by a desire to fight for human rights, particularly at the intersections of education, healthcare, and food justice. As a member of the 2024 Grand Strategy cohort, she hopes to come away with a toolset through which to address domestic and international educational inequities through strategic leadership and policy. Beyond her studies, Sarah is a student employee at the Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Race, Slavery, and Abolition, a board member of the Yale Hunger and Homelessness Action Project, a coordinator for the Yale Community Kitchen, and a culinary events manager at the Yale Farm. Last summer, she interned for Ramin Taheri, former Chief-of-Staff for the civil rights division of the U.S. Department of Education. In her free time, Sarah enjoys discovering new music, exploring New Haven’s coffee shops, and spending time with her suitemates.