As founder of the Women2Women National Conversations Tour, Sarah Chamberlain is one of the most prominent voices calling for women to become more engaged, involved, and included in the national discussion.
Sarah founded the tour in 2014 to better connect women nationwide with their local champions and changemakers in business, education, and female empowerment. At its core, the tour aims to spark dialogue about issues women face in their own communities, and how Washington D.C. can better address their concerns.
Since 2014, Sarah has challenged over 4,000 women attending tour stops nationwide to become part of the #CountMeIn movement.
#CountMeIn urges women to educate themselves on local and national policy, vote, become advocates and leaders in their communities, and empower other women in their neighborhoods to do the same.
In this spirit of civic engagement, she serves on the Board of Directors of the Women Campaign School at Yale University and is a National Capital Trustee of the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. She additionally sits on the Wall Street Journal CEO Council.
A native of upstate New York, Sarah received her undergraduate degree in accounting from the University of Delaware and is a graduate of the Women and Public Policy Program at Harvard University. She has written for the Washington Post, The Hill, U.S. News & World Report, and is a contributor for Forbes. Sarah was also chosen by CQ Roll Call as a 2017 Rising Star and was featured as one of Elle Magazine’s 10 Women in Washington in 2017.