Sarah Ross is interested in how knowledge, awareness, and skills for engaging across difference can impact change leaders. She is the founding director of Visiting Muse Productions LLC, which inspires braver change leaders through workplace training events focused on skills needed in the global 21st century.

Sarah has worked for over a decade on university and technical institute campuses in Washington and California as a leader of international education and global engagement programs, facilitated social justice practice workshops, and served as a change agent for campus diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts.

After earning a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Oberlin College, Sarah was an Oberlin Shansi Fellow to Indonesia, where she taught at Gadjah Mada University. She holds an MPA from the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, an MAIS from the Jackson School of International Studies, and a Certificate in International Development Policy and Management from the University of Washington.