Sarah currently serves as CPD's Research & Publications intern for summer 2012. In this position she facilitates the Center's ongoing research projects and various publications, including PDiN Monitor for which she previously served as Associate Editor. Prior to coming to Annenberg, she worked as an Account Manager for Media Monitors, Asia-Pacific’s leading media intelligence agency. In her time there she collaborated with many of Singapore’s largest corporate and governmental bodies to develop and implement media analysis projects. In 2011 she was elected to the Management Committee of the Singapore Press Club, and served as a member of the Institute of Public Relations Singapore as well as the Singapore Chinese Institute of Business. In her spare time, she traveled throughout Southeast and East Asia.
Sarah’s experience in public diplomacy ranges across a variety of fields: from working as a journalist on Capitol Hill at the National Journal, to serving as a member of the Public Affairs Team at the British Embassy. She received her Bachelor’s Degree with Distinction from the University of Virginia in Media Studies and Foreign Affairs in 2008, concentrating in global media, East Asia and intelligence.