Sarah is one of the four Community Ambassadors on the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity’s Digital Literacy for All Learners project. She started at the Graduate School of Library and Information Science in spring of 2014, and specializes in Youth Services. She believes that fun, self-motivation, and confidence contribute greatly to learning. Sarah is interested in the problems facing women in technology and gaming, and how certain tools and methods of teaching can exclude girls. These issues influence her work with youth. She also studies issues of representation and diversity in media, and hopes to make the library a safe space for all.