Sarah Morton is IRAP’s Chief Operating Officer. She keeps IRAP’s backend running, including human resources, finance, IT, facilities, and administration.
Sarah joined IRAP in June 2017. In the year before she was a Robert Bosch Foundation Fellow in Berlin, where she did research comparing criminal justice and prison policies in Europe with those in the United States. She was previously the Administrative Director at the Harvard Prison Legal Assistance Project (PLAP) at Harvard Law School. She has also worked at Harvard Business School and GLBTQ Advocates and Defenders (GLAD).
Sarah is especially proud of her time serving on the board of the Eastern Massachusetts Abortion Fund and her eight years playing for and eventually coaching one of Boston’s all-gender softball teams: the Trailblazers.
Sarah received her B.A. from Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire where she was a Senior Fellow. Her M.A. in English Literature, with a specialty in Sexual Dissidence and Cultural Change, is from the University of Sussex in Brighton, England.