Economic Justice Organizer
Inequality and the Common Good
NE Office, 30 Germania
Jamaica Plain, MA, 02130
Sarah Byrnes is the Economic Justice Organizer with the Project on Inequality and the Common Good at IPS. She is the organizer of the Common Security Club network, supporting clubs around the country who come together to learn, help each other, and engage in social action.
Before coming to IPS, Sarah worked with Americans for Fairness in Lending, Americans for Financial Reform, the Center of Concern, and the Thomas Merton Center. She holds a BA from Boston College in philosophy and a Masters of Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School.
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