Sarah Brickman


Sarah is an Associate for the Environment Practice. She performs research to inform environmental campaign strategy and communications, and much of her work focuses on sustainable agriculture and renewable energy procurement. Sarah also supports grant management and new business development 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 and greatly increased her interest in private sector approaches to environmental change. 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