Sara Schwartz is a biologist in the Impaired Waters and Total Maximum Daily Load Program at EPA headquarters which supports states, territories, and authorized tribes in the restoration and protection of waterbodies. In this role she has been working to help expand the prevention of impairments in healthy waters and the protection of high quality waters. Sara also leads hazard mitigation, environmental justice, and outreach and communications work for the program. She has a master’s degree in water resource science and management from the Yale School of Forestry and a bachelor's degree in environmental studies from American University.
Organization: US EPA Office of Wetlands, Oceans & Watersheds