Sara Blair-Medeiros (she/her/they/them pronouns) is a fierce Queer Jewish Transracial Adoptee Woman of Color. Sara is a Bay Area native passionate about Gender Equity work and Social Justice. Her approach to the work is founded in her intersectional life experience and the philosophy that authentic human relationships are a crucial part of the collective struggle for equity and liberation. Sara is passionate about supporting students, Intersectionality, Social Justice, Critical Race Theory, engaging in the work towards liberation with marginalized communities, critical self-reflective practice, listening to music, her dog and all dogs, cooking, trying new things, and spending time with her family and friends.
Sara got her Masters in Education from the Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration program at The University of Vermont in 2013 and her Bachelors of Art in Sociology, Inter-ethnic Relations and a minor in Cultural Education and Applied Psychology from UCSB in 2009.
Sara lives in Woodland with her wife Michelle.