Sarah Sliwa is an Instructor teaching in the Developing Healthy Communities Online Graduate Certificate program at Friedman. Sarah brings nearly a decade of experience working on childhood obesity prevention initiatives. Her research interests focus on the identification and implementation of strategies to support children's opportunities to be physically active and eat nutritious foods in community settings that include schools, out-of-school programs, and restaurants. Sarah is currently a Physical Activity, Nutrition, and Obesity Prevention Fellow at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
- Ph.D., 2014, Food Policy and Applied Nutrition, specializing in Nutrition Interventions, Friedman School, Tufts University
- M.S., 2009, Food Policy and Applied Nutrition, specializing in Food Policy and Economics, Friedman School, Tufts University
- B.A., 2004, International Relations, International Letters & Visual Studies, Tufts University