Sarah Davidson lives in New York City and serves as the Sales & Business Development Coordinator for AGRION, a global business community for energy and sustainability which connects thought-leaders and executives for the purposes of business development, education, idea-sharing and networking. Sarah is also the Development Associate for The S.S. Columbia Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to restoring and operating America’s oldest surviving passenger steamer, the National Historic Landmark Vessel S.S. Columbia.

Prior to serving in these roles, Sarah was working with the Carbon War Room and several additional Manhattan-based non-profits and start up companies, assisting with business development and strategic outreach. Sarah previously lived in Washington, DC, where she served as a Vice President at the Coalition for Green Capital, which advocates for tax and finance policies that support investment in energy efficiency and clean energy generation. Sarah was the Director of the Youth and Student Committee for the Energy and Environment Team for Obama and also served as the Director of REH Advisors, a telecommunications consulting firm, from June of 2009 to December 2011.

Before moving to Washington, DC, Sarah was working on now-President Obama’s Campaign for Change, where she was a Staging Location Manager in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Sarah graduated from Colorado College with a degree in Political Science in 2009.