Sarah Arnold was born and raised in Massachusetts and earned her BA in Comparative Literature and Spanish from Smith College, with a concentration in Community Engagement and Social Change. From 2015 to 2019 she worked at Action for Boston Community Development, connecting low-income Boston residents with community resources and supervising a summer job and training program for low-income young adults. With experiences studying and volunteering in Havana, Guatemala City, and Lima, Sarah decided to move to Arizona in September 2019 to fight for the rights of immigrants and asylum seekers. After volunteering with Phoenix-based community groups and nonprofits such as Refugee Aid, Lutheran Social Services, and the International Rescue Committee, she joined the Florence Project in December 2019 as a DART team legal assistant. In her free time, Sarah enjoys keeping up with old and new friends, playing video games, and going salsa dancing.