Sarah Robinson is a lifelong learner and educator. Formally, she was a public-school teacher and instructional leader in underserved communities of Denver, CO. With a colleague, she started the non-profit Launch Network to close persistent opportunity gaps by redesigning schools, classrooms, and adult networks to better serve students and families. As an education consultant, Sarah now helps leaders across the globe build community-driven schools, infuse the power of untapped community educators into classrooms, and ensure all students receive an authentic whole-child experience to drive student outcomes. She has served on and chaired two of her family’s foundations, Enkel Foundation and Better Way Foundation, and is currently serving as a Director on GHR Foundation’s Board. Sarah has a BA from the University of Notre Dame, an MA in Urban Education from the University of Denver and a MEd in Human Development and Psychology from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.


Board Chair Peer Network: A Discussion About Racial Justice

Posted on December 15, 2021 by Maggie Lear, Sarah Robinson

Join Maggie Lear and Sarah Robinson to discuss racial justice journeys, practical next steps, and family discussions. Both speakers participated in the NCFP Racial Justice Learning & Action Network. They have had different journeys and will share their experiences as funders and personally. Brainstorm with the group about practical ways to activate in your foundations around racial justice. In this… Read More