Sarah Hillware brings a decade of experience in international development and global health, most recently having worked as a consultant at the World Bank for nearly four years. In 2012, Sarah founded Girls Health Ed, a grassroots non-profit focused on delivering comprehensive sexuality education in schools, community centers and health clinics to underserved adolescent girls. Sarah has worked on a range of issues, including UHC, air pollution and climate change, nutrition, sexual and reproductive health and rights, menstrual health, HIV/AIDS, TB and cervical cancer prevention. Her research and experience have led her to give two TEDx talks, and in 2014, she was named to the Leadership Center for Excellence 40 Under 40 list. In her free time, Sarah enjoys writing poetry, cooking, traveling, mentoring, and dismantling patriarchy. Sarah is also currently a member of the WGH DC chapter.