Sarah has worked with Mountain Song since its beginning starting in May 2013. Being a part of the initial development of the school and helping the school grow these past years remain to be her proudest professional and personal accomplishments.
In her new role as the Director of School Performance, Sarah serves the school in coordinating, scheduling, and administering assessments, oversees enrollment and the school’s data systems, and submits data reports to the state. Prior to her work at Mountain Song, she served for four years as a Military Impact Planner II at the Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments (PPACG) and served as Regional Sustainability Coordinator for the agency. At PPACG, Sarah worked on the Fort Carson Regional Growth Plan and helped develop the Pikes Peak region’s first long-term sustainability plan – Looking to Our Future: Pikes Peak Region 2030 (PPR 2030).
For over 10 years, Sarah has served the environmental community in the Pikes Peak region. She’s worked for Sustainable Fort Carson, served on the Board of Directors for Southern Colorado Clean Cities Coalition, and help start two local environmental efforts: the Colorado Springs Conservation Corps and the Peak Alliance for a Sustainable Future. In 2013, she received a Community Sustainability Champion award from Fort Carson at the annual Colorado Sustainability Conference.
Being a native to Colorado Springs and avid nature and history lover, Sarah’s passion is to preserve the natural and cultural resources in the region for her children and future generations to enjoy. When she is not working at Mountain Song, Sarah enjoys gardening, baking, beekeeping, making art and music, hiking with her husband, and hanging out with her children.
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