Sarah Pray is a Policy Analyst for Africa at the Open Society Foundations (OSF), where she works closely with colleagues from the Open Society Africa foundations and the broader network to advance the Foundations’ advocacy priorities in the Washington D.C. policy community.

Prior to joining the Foundations, Pray was the coordinator of the Publish What You Pay United States coalition, advocating for corporate and government transparency and accountability in the oil, gas and mining industries. Pray also worked at the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Human Rights as a human rights attorney, where she partnered with Delphine Djiraibe to establish the first ever public interest law firm in Chad.

Pray serves as a member of the Advisory Board of EG Justice, a human rights organization focusing on Equatorial Guinea. Pray received a J.D. from Boston College Law School and a B.A. from the University of Michigan.