“It is not the critic who counts...the credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena.” ― Teddy Roosevelt
Sarah Feldmann is a Partnerships Manager based in Alloy’s Washington, DC office.
Sarah is a passion-driven worker who enjoys solving problems and getting things done. With a degree in econ and engineering and an early career in strategic & financial consulting, she never imagined she’d work in politics. But, the 2016 election outcome and an aptly named organization (“Arena”) convinced her to find a way into the political arena. So, when her friend, now Congresswoman Lauren Underwood, decided to run, Sarah quit her job and managed Lauren's competitive primary campaign — getting an intense crash course on all aspects of campaigns along the way. After the primary, she moved to DC to finish out the 2018 cycle helping to fund progressive organizations to use innovative tech tools and supporting a digital persuasion program aimed at helping Democrats take back the House. She then took an opportunity to move home to Denver where she worked as the Operations & Special Projects Director on the Hickenlooper presidential campaign.
In her free time, Sarah can be found listening to podcasts or audiobooks, playing soccer, planning her next travel adventure, or bingeing reality tv.