Sara Albert received her law degree from Southern Methodist University and holds an advanced legal degree in Agricultural and Food Law and Policy.
She has aligned her legal background with a passionate interest in food system reform and consults on public policy issues related to hunger and food security; healthy food access; improving local and regional food systems; and food as a driver for community reinvigoration and economic development. She presently serves on the Leadership Teams of Dallas’ Anti-Poverty Coalition and the Dallas Coalition for Hunger Solutions.
Sara currently serves on the national Board of MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger, and on the Boards of Crossroads Community Services, Parkland Foundation, and Temple Emanu-El, where she is Vice President of Engagement and Inclusion. She is married and the mother of two (amazing!) adult children and in her spare time, an avid community gardener.