Sara Rogers, M.P.H., C.P.H., is a senior program coordinator for the Network’s National Office. Her current work focuses on data collection, analysis, interpretation, program implementation and evaluation. Prior to joining the Network, she worked at the Minnesota Department of Human Services in the Office of the Medical Director supporting the implementation of a perinatal care collaborative pilot program. Before that, she worked as a health educator and researcher for International Rescue Committee in Phoenix, AZ, worked in retail as a sales manager, and taught English in Bulgaria as a Peace Corps Volunteer. Sara received her bachelor’s degree in global studies from the University of Minnesota and her master’s in public health degree from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health. Her areas of research include refugee women’s health; maternal and child health; food justice; policy, systems, and environmental (PSE) change; and public health administration and policy.