Sarah identifies as an intellectual, nerdy, spiritual, Jewish, girly-girl. She loves accessories and will gladly attend any event that’s an excuse to dress-up. Shiny, sparkly, glittery things make her smile and giggle. Her craft projects and her general style both reflect these loves. She is also a self-proclaimed math/science nerd with a Bachelors in Physics and a Masters in Geoscience. She likes discourse and debate, deep conversation, and being challenged to think about new things or old things in new ways. These characteristics show themselves in her posts in the Mindfulness Club on a regular basis. Sarah has been an advocate for people with disabilities since childhood when your younger brother Joshua was born. Since her diagnosis of Dysautonomia, Neurocardiogenic Syncope, and hypermobile Ehlers Danlos Syndrome; she has become an advocate for herself and others with these conditions. Professionally, Sarah is a math and science educator. She teaches mostly in settings mostly outside typical classrooms and will readily share her passion for a subject with you outside of work. She brings this passion to her roles in DSN as a moderator in the Pennsylvania support group, a member of the Education and Tech Teams, and the regional leader for the Lifestyle Clubs.