Sarah M. Sanborn, Ph.D.
Sarah joined ERASE as Prevention Coordinator in 2004, and has served in the role of ERASE’s Research Analyst since 2007. Most of her work at ERASE is focused on data analysis and writing survey report summaries of data obtained from the ERASE student alcohol and drug surveys administered throughout the Region. Sarah has a Master’s Degree and a Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology at University of Connecticut. In addition to her job at ERASE, Sarah also serves as Full-Time Lecturer at Clemson University in South Carolina.