In her role as senior program coordinator at the Network’s National Office, Sara Rogers is responsible for evaluating and generating reports on Network services, activities, and products. She also oversees the Network’s data system and ensures that all data is accurately classified and recorded. Before joining the Network in 2017, Sara attended the School of Public Health at the University of Minnesota where she was awarded a M.P.H. degree in public health administration and policy. Her areas of research included refugee women’s health, adverse birth outcomes, and PSE change. Prior to graduate school, Sara worked for four years in retail management, interned with the International Rescue Committee (IRC), and spent two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer teaching English in Bulgaria. Sara received her B.A. in Global Studies with minors in Political Science and Gender Studies from the University of Minnesota in 2009.