Sarah Louise Smith

Research Assistant

1710 Capital Hall
(205) 348-6494

Initiatives: Poverty, Faith and Justice in America, Ethics & Social Responsibility Scholars

Sarah Louise, a native of Tuscaloosa, graduated cum laude from Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, in June 2006 with a B.A. in political economy. During her time at Williams, Sarah Louise assisted teachers within the classroom and tutored students at Williamstown Elementary School. She was active in the advocacy and public awareness efforts of the Student Global AIDS Campaign, served on a student government faculty committee, and taught Sunday school for children at her local church. In 2005, Sarah Louise worked with the Salzburg Seminar in Salzburg, Austria, an international organization that encourages cross-cultural dialogue by sponsoring forums on current international issues. She has interned for U.S. Representatives John W. Olver of Massachusetts and Artur Davis of Alabama. She has also spent part of each summer since high school working at the Tuscaloosa County Board of Education in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.