Sarah is a project coordinator at Limestone Analytics. Her work at Limestone has included cost-benefit and cost-effective analysis of projects related to transportation, utilities, and agriculture. Sarah holds an MA in economics from Queen’s University. Her education focused on using economic models and quantitative methods to analyze projects and policies, specifically in the context of development and environmental economics. Her research analyzed the adoption of good agricultural practices by smallholder farmers in Rwanda. Her research interests include infrastructure, agriculture, nutrition, and the environment.