As Database and Donor Relations Manager, Sarah Coffin applies data analytics in advancing Girls Inc. of Alameda County towards its mission to inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold. With a background in empirical research and data analytics, Sarah brings expertise in non-profit data management, outcome evaluations, and interdisciplinary research. As a Latina and first female in her family to graduate from college, Sarah is proud to use the storytelling power of statistics to support women and girls in the community in advancing their visions of success and well-being.
Prior to Girls Inc., Sarah has dedicated her efforts towards working on interdisciplinary teams to find holistic and evidence-based solutions to real-world problems in non-profit and government sectors. Sarah has conducted empirical and applied research across scientific disciplines including psychology, sociology, anthropology, ecology, economics, and marine policy.
As a committed advocate for social equity and empowerment, Sarah is passionate about using her skills to support Girls Inc. in connecting girls from underserved neighborhoods with access to the resources and opportunities they need to navigate gender, economic, and racial barriers, and realize their potential. Sarah graduated Suma Cum Laude with a B.A. in Psychology and Statistics from California State University, Monterey Bay.