Sarah Schreiber was born and raised in Los Angeles. She has worked in nonprofit organizations in a variety of roles. Since completing her graduate studies in 2013, Sarah has worked in community mental health settings as a clinical social worker. Through serving as a lay leader in IKAR’s community organizing initiative, she has found that justice work can be deepened and strengthened in a progressive faith-based context. She is interested in how studying traditional religious texts can affect our capacity to hold dissonance, as well as what happens to our identities when we walk with our feet in more than one world. She looks forward to learning and making change with this year’s NewGround cohort.