Sarah Brickman

Senior Associate

Sarah is a Senior Associate for the Environment Practice. She supports Waxman’s efforts to monitor and halt ongoing native vegetation clearance for soy, cattle, and oil palm, and she applies market-based approaches to work toward sector-wide transformation. Sarah also leads grant management and supports operational strengthening across the Environment Practice.

Before joining Waxman, Sarah was a Strategic Initiatives Intern at the Alliance to Save Energy, where she primarily supported the 50×50 Commission on U.S. Transportation Sector Efficiency. Sarah also served as a Research Assistant at Stanford University for the project “Companies’ contribution to sustainability through global supply chains,” which was published in PNAS. Sarah graduated from Stanford in 2017 with a B.S. in Earth Systems.

  • Strategic Initiatives Intern at the Alliance to Save Energy
  • Research Assistant for Stanford’s E-IPER program
  • Resident Assistant in Columbae, a student-run cooperative house