Sarah joined the Galileo team in early 2021 bringing with her an academic background in Psychology and Global Health as well as professional experience working with pharmaceutical and biotechnology clients. She is excited to leverage a psychology-based approach when working with clients in the field of market research and strategy consulting.
Prior to Galileo, Sarah acquired extensive knowledge of the key trends and dynamics within the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry as a Senior Scientific Recruitment Consultant at Real Life Sciences in Boston. Building and managing a client-portfolio provided Sarah with a deep understanding of the drug-development lifecycle as well as novel, cutting-edge experimental techniques including gene-therapy and cell-therapy.
Sarah majored in Psychology at Dartmouth College, where she studied the neurobiological, emotional, and rational underpinnings of human behavior. In addition, she paired her Psychology major with a Global Health minor, inspired by her profound interest in healthcare applications from a universal perspective. As part of her undergraduate studies, Sarah had the opportunity to volunteer at a non-profit medical clinic in Guatemala where she acquired hands-on patient care experience as well as conducted analysis of the various illness and disease trends surrounding the region of Lake Atitlán.
Outside of work, Sarah enjoys spending time outdoors, primarily skiing, running, and coaching field hockey.