Sarah Dymecki joined Washington Water Trust in 2020. Inspired by water, communities, and impact, Sarah aims to create a positive change for people, wildlife, and the environment through water conservation and community engagement. She earned a B.S. in Environmental Science and Policy from the University of Maryland, as well as a minor in Geographic Information Systems, concentrating her degree on land use and sustainable development. After three years’ experience in the civil engineering and land surveying fields, she pursued a master’s degree in International Relations and Environmental Policy from Boston University. More recently, Sarah was the Dolphin & Marine Conservation Project Manager for a voluntourism organization in Zanzibar, Tanzania. Here she forged partnerships between local dolphin tour boat drivers, the ecotourism industry, other local organizations, and government to provide sustainable economic opportunities and environmental education for the community.