Sarah Wooton is a transplant to Buffalo from her hometown outside of Rochester, NY. After getting her B.A. in Educational Studies at Colgate University, Sarah completed a short-term research project on individuals’ lived experiences of micro-lending in Nakuru, Kenya through the Davis Projects for Peace program. She then worked at Neighborhood Legal Services as a paralegal on evictions and poor housing conditions cases before serving as an AmeriCorps fellow at the Partnership for the Public Good. She is now the Policy Analyst at PPG and is a 2016 graduate of the Open Buffalo Emerging Leaders program.
|Rental Housing Costs in Buffalo|
|Body Cameras for the Buffalo Police: Best Practices for Policy Creation|
|The City of Buffalo Police Department|
|Affordable Housing Strategies for the City of Buffalo|
|Another Voice: Build on Progress in Police Reforms|
|Why Buffalo Needs Inclusionary Zoning; Affordability, Workforce Development, Inclusion, and Quality Housing|