Sarah is a registered dietitian and a certified dietitian nutritionist in the state of New York. She studied nutrition at New York University and obtained a bachelor of science in 2006. She completed her dietetic internship at New York Presbyterian, after which she was hired to work as a clinical dietitian at New York Presbyterian hospital. She now works as an HIV nutrition specialist at GMHC, a non-profit HIV/AIDS organization. She feels it is vital to educate her clients and the public on the importance of proper nutrition for optimal health. She sees food as something that can prevent, manage and potentially cure disease. She also promotes eating seasonally and locally, and participates in the Washington Square CSA (community supported agriculture) program. She is a member of the American Dietetic Association and part of the Nutritionists in Integrative and Functional Medicine and Infectious Disease Nutrition dietetic practice groups. She is also a member GNYDA and on the NIAC committee (Nutritionists in AIDS Care).