Sarah Nesbit is a public servant, creative, and sustainability advocate from Columbia, SC. She is passionate about implementing diversity within the spaces where black women aren’t traditionally represented. Sarah is a 2018 graduate from the College of Charleston, where she majored in Political Science with double minors in African American Studies and Dance. While in undergrad she worked on The Hill for Whip James Clyburn as a Congressional Black Caucus Emerging Leader Fellow for two consecutive summers. In addition to being a fellow, she was also a 2016 CBCF Spouses Scholarship recipient. After her undergraduate studies, Sarah studied in Paris, France within a dual masters program in business management through NC State University and The Skema Business School of Paris gaining international business expertise and studying ethical/sustainable business on a diversity grant. While in grad school she focused her work on ethical principles and rights for minority entrepreneurs. After her graduate studies Sarah, hopped on the Warren for President Campaign and worked as an organizer in NH and NC. She is currently an associate within the Environmental Policy War Room at the Center for American Progress, in Washington, DC and sits on boards for 2 political advocacy organizations.