GASPers, we’d like to formally introduce you to our intern, Sarah Flowers.
Sarah is currently pursuing her master’s degree at the University of Pittsburgh School of Public Health and is focusing her studies on community health.
She’s been helping us with our educational programming while completing her practicum.
Why did she choose GASP? Hear it from her:
“I am passionate about environmental impacts on health, and having asthma myself, understand the importance of the work that GASP does to improve air quality standards and educate the community on this issue,” Sarah told us. “I hope to both learn a lot and contribute to the work that GASP is doing.”
Fun Fact: Sarah has two adorable cats, Gypsy and Sesame.