Sara is a graduate of the Carleton University Human Rights and Social Justice Honours Program. During her time in Ottawa, she worked with community activists to organize and facilitate dialogue on food insecurity, Indigenous sovereignty, and international human rights issues. Sara is passionate about food as a connector for many cultures and beyond borders. She identifies food security as an integral part of every social movement and endeavors to work toward more equitable and sustainable food systems. She is grateful to serve as a council member on the TYFPC and is driven to affect change for low-income and BIPOC communities. Sara’s current work focuses on aiding grassroots organizing initiatives and supporting community-led solutions on social inequity, environmental justice, and Indigenous sovereignty. In her free time, she can be found baking, video chatting with friends, or on a hike. She is a Gemini, a plant enthusiast, and a dog mom.