Sara Hallam is a Program Assistant for the Issue Advocacy team at Vital Voices Global Partnership. Her role is critical in supporting work across key issue areas on projects including corporate advisory services related to gender equity and gender-based violence, and other forms of advocacy work related to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Prior to joining Vital Voices, Sara graduated from Virginia Tech with a B.A. in Environmental Policy and Planning and a research focus in Food Access and Wellness. She works to support programs and initiatives that advance SDGs in order to alleviate environmental injustices and food insecurity from vulnerable groups such as women and children. Most recently, Sara served with FoodCorps in Belfast, ME establishing and managing a food and nutrition access program for local youth, community organizing for social and environmental justice issues, and equitable community resource building.
What are five things that people can ask you about?
1. Baking sourdough bread
2. Living on a farm in Maine
3. Gardening (specifically veggies)
4. Lebanese cooking
5. My dream of being a writer
11 hours ago
Are you a woman #entrepreneur using innovative business practices to solve #climatechange or help create #sustainable communities? Join us next Friday, March 31 at 9:00 am EDT, to learn about the #WEEmpower UN SDG Challenge. Register for the session here: https://t.co/NogYRwrBQ8 https://t.co/jpaatQCKth
1 day ago
Iranian actress & activist @NazaninBoniadi, Ukrainian social entrepreneur Olga Kravchenko and Afghan activist & poet Shafiqa Khpalwak discuss #womensrights w/ Vital Voices CEO @AlyseNelson at the #Forbes 30/50 Summit in #AbuDhabi. Watch the replay here: https://t.co/rhlih6UzJb
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The rich #leadership colors that adorn the walls of Vital Voices Global Headquarters for Women’s Leadership are the subject of a new feature in the #interiordesign publication @dominomag Read more about our #design inspiration here: https://t.co/ERmt1cRLFC
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