Sarah McGovern is a human rights advocate with many local and international projects on the horizon.She has a multidisciplinary background, holding two degrees from California State University, Long Beach: a Bachelor of Science in Physics and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication, Culture & Public Affairs, with a minor in Comparative World Literature. Sarah also completed all undergraduate coursework in the International Media & Communication Studies program at Uppsala University in Sweden.
Sarah has worked at many interesting posts, including working as a science journalist at renowned CERN (ATLAS) in Switzerland and France, and as a public relations writer at MTV Nordic in Sweden. She was published by CERN and MTV Nordic multiple times while at each post. Sarah is also a National Science Foundation Special Fellow, having been awarded for her work at CERN, and for bringing science to the public.
Sarah likes to connect people and ideas from various disciplines, industries, faiths, and cultures. She finds this work to be one of the surest ways toward the discovery of sustainable, socially just solutions to the world's problems. From promoting underprivileged children's participation in science and mathematics, to advocating for human rights, Sarah tries to help the world in a number of important ways. Sarah established the Foundation for Free Education in 2012. With free music and permaculture programs in the works, she knows its future is bright.