Sara Baker, Coordinator

BCH Foundation Team

Grant Besser

Sara is a health advocate with a passion for improving the health and wellness of others through education and communication. She is a graduate of Clemson University, with a degree in Spanish Language and International Health, B.S. with an emphasis on Community Development, and a minor in Nonprofit Management. She is from Charleston, South Carolina, and moved to Denver in the Fall of 2022!

Sara holds skills in Project Development, Volunteer Coordination, Integrative Public Health Review, and Human Resources. She has worked with the Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children, the Community Foundation of Greater Clemson, and the Joseph F. Sullivan Health Outreach Clinic. During her collegiate years, Sara served as a mentor for college students with intellectual and developmental disabilities, helping them achieve goals related to employment and independent living (ClemsonLIFE). She also served in a student organization hosting +300 memberships as the Local Philanthropy VP, New Member Educator, and chartered their Diversity and Inclusion Committee in 2020.

Sara has always been, and continues to be, a passionate, resourceful individual who strives for inclusivity in and out of the workplace.