Sarah graduated from Brown in May of 2016 with an Sc.B. in Statistics. She started working with Matt Kraft in January 2014, primarily working on a research study using the Measures of Effective Teaching (MET) data to assess whether teachers can have a measureable impact on students’ non-cognitive skills. She also completed an honors thesis with Professor Kraft, investigating whether teacher-student racial congruence has an impact on students’ academic achievement and non-cognitive skills. She is currently working in health care survey research at The Advisory Board Company in Washington, D.C.