Senior Consultant & Principal; Leader of Analytical Solutions
Trinity University, B.A., University of Texas at Austin, M.P.Aff.
Sarah joined Marts & Lundy in 2002 as an analyst in our Analytical Solutions Group. She is currently the team leader for Analytical Solutions and works with consultants and clients on data mining and analysis projects, constituent surveys and custom benchmarking projects of all sizes. Sarah’s extensive experience in research and analysis, and nonprofit program development and management, puts her in the perfect position to work with our clients and her colleagues in continuously refining our philanthropic Capacity Analysis reports as well as developing new data-mining tools.
Sarah was a member of the Marts & Lundy Board of Directors from 2009-2012. Her previous experience includes work as a strategic communications and research consultant with Shipley & Associates, Inc. She also served as a special projects consultant with the Lance Armstrong Foundation. Sarah has been an AmeriCorps volunteer and a reporter/researcher for the Congressional Quarterly. In addition, she has completed language training at the Centro Linguistico Conversa, Intensive Spanish Institute, San Jose, Costa Rica.
Sarah is currently a Fundraising Operations Task Force Member and Adjunct Instructor at Rice University’s Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership.
Partial List of Clients Served
Boston College, MA
Bucknell University, PA
Deerfield Academy, MA
Fox Chase Cancer Center, PA
Imperial College, London
Memorial Hermann Health Foundation, TX
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, NY
Methodist Hospital Foundation, TX
Michigan State University
Mills College, CA
Morgan State University, MD
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
National Audubon Society, NY
Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA
Pomona College, CA
Rutgers University Foundation, NJ
Sewanee University of the South, TN
Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, DC
Taft School, CT
University of California, Merced
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
University of Texas at San Antonio