Sarah Mintz currently works with the World Bank Education Global Practice supporting the Systems Approach for Better Education Results (SABER) initiative. Prior to the World Bank, Sarah worked with DAI, advising the USAID Grand Challenges for Development program; and with Center for Global Development supporting the Hospital Collaborative for Emerging Markets. Sarah was co-director of the Community Team at Ashoka Changemakers, where she worked with private sector and foundation partners to advance development-focused business models primarily through online crowd sourcing campaigns. As part of the leadership group, she was responsible for organizational strategy and a global team of 65 employees. Sarah is co-founder and board member of KnowledgeBeat, an NGO that serves children in Zambia through interactive learning programs and scholarships. While living in Zambia, she worked closely with KnowledgeBeat’s Zambian team to deliver a baseline assessment and 5-year strategic growth plan. Sarah received her B.S. from Northwestern University and M.A. in Global Human Development from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service where she was a Global Social Enterprise and Development Fellow.