Sarah Tresedder is pursuing two master’s degrees at the University of Michigan in public health and public policy, with concentrations in environmental health and nonprofit management. As an undergraduate, she attended Michigan State University where she earned a bachelor’s in biochemistry and molecular biology with a minor in environmental studies.
The intersection of environment and health has always been a passion for Sarah. She spent her gap year between undergraduate and graduate school working for The Sierra Club, the country’s oldest environmental nonprofit, doing advocacy work related to the 2018 election and sustainable agriculture. She hopes to work for an environmental nonprofit or state government after graduation.