Sara Albert

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.

Sara Albert

Sara Albert