Sara Jacobs is originally from Springfield, Illinois, and graduated from American University’s Honor’s College in Washington, D.C., with a B.A. in Spanish/Latin American Studies. Her first oral history experience was in 2012 when she worked with Nicaraguan communities organizing around the disappearance of their loved ones during migration.
Sara has worked at Columbia for the past couple years and is looking forward to joining OHMA. Her interests include economic/queer/racial/gender justice, reading, and learning from other people’s experiences and perspectives.