Sarah grew up in Pittsburgh where she was a regular Torah reader at Congregation Beth El and attended SAJS, the School for Advanced Jewish Studies through 12th grade. She earned her undergraduate degree in Human Biology with a concentration in Health Policy from Stanford University and her Masters Degree in Public Health in Health Services Management from UCLA. She taught Religious School and Hebrew School at The Temple for 12 years and previously taught at Temple Israel in Memphis. She is the Principal of the Chester B. Diamond Religious School at The Temple and serves on the board of the JCL, NCJW, and CenterStage and sings with Shir Chadash. She and her husband, Mike, have three children, Jennifer, Sadie, and Joseph. In her spare time you’ll usually find her with a book or cooking or baking in the kitchen.