Sarah Gemski (BA Internations Relations, BAFLL French 2012) obtained a MS in Global Studies from the University of Leipzig, Germany and the University of Roskilde, Denmark. Immediately following graduation from UD, Sarah began working at the Embassy of France in Washington, DC, and spent a year using her French skills as a teacher in Martinique. Upon the completion of her master's degree, Sarah began working for the UNDP in Istanbul, Turkey, as an intern for the Sustainable Development Goals Philanthropy Platform. Presently, Sarah works for Mama Hope, a San Francisco-based non-profit organization which aims to re-conceptualize the field of development through collaboration and by empowering individuals throughout the world. Sarah specializes in scaling social businesses as a means of increasing quality of life, creating jobs, and empowering communities. In collaboration with Mama Hope, she is currently working on a project in Moshi, Tanzania with Anza International that provides social entrepreneurs with hands-on skills training, consulting, access to capital and partnership opportunities to start and scale their businesses. In addition to English and French, Sarah speaks German, Turkish, and beginner Swahili.