MPA in Social Policy from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs
Areas of Interest:Civic Engagement, Youth
Sara Wilf is a first-year student in Social Welfare, with an MPA in Social Policy from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. She also holds a BA in Comparative Literature – Spanish and English from Brown University, where she graduated magna cum laude.
Sara researches youth civic engagement and youth-led social change, with a focus on social media. She is interested both in the developmental process of civic engagement in youth, as well as the impact of civic engagement and youth leadership on individuals, schools, and communities. Her research interests stem from her involvement with youth empowerment programs in the U.S., and her experience evaluating youth-focused programs with organizations such as Ashoka, Mathematica Policy Research, and Make a Difference (India).
You can find Sara on Twitter at @SaraBWilf