Sarah Wang is a first-year master’s student pursuing a degree in Social and Behavioral Sciences at Harvard School of Public Health. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Public Health Policy from the University of California, Irvine. Prior to attending Harvard, Sarah gained valuable experience working in the All of Us Research Program.
During her time at the University of California, Sarah took on leadership roles within the California Public Interest Research Group, including Vice Chair. In this capacity, she played a pivotal role in advocating for important causes such as the “Stop the Antibiotic Overuse” campaign and the “100% Renewable Energy” campaign. Sarah is also a dedicated vegan advocate, actively promoting DefaultVeg, an initiative that champions plant-based options.
Sarah is passionate about leveraging her academic background and experiences to create a positive impact. She is excited about her journey at Harvard School of Public Health and looks forward to contributing to the field of public health through her work with CSSL this year.