Sarah McClure is a first-year M.A. student in the Political Science United Nations and Global Policy Studies program. After graduating summa cum laude in May 2022 from Rowan University with degrees in Political Science and International Studies, she now divides her time between the UNMA program and her internship with the NJ Department of Human Services in Trenton. Her interests include global period poverty, food insecurity, and religion in politics. She has an advanced knowledge of German after studying it for 8 years and achieving a German Studies minor at Rowan. In her free time, she enjoys chatting with friends, reading, and cooking.
Sarah is dedicated to public service, having previously served during her undergraduate years as a member of the Rowan Student Government Association and the Honors Student Organization. She currently assists with the policy team in the Department of Human Services, most notably opioid abatement.
In the future, Sarah hopes in the disciplines of international/global affairs or global health. Currently, she is dedicated to helping produce a safer New Jersey for all its citizens. She has a focus on making tangible change in her communities, and manages an organization called Flow Forward, which conducts research on menstruation at NJ universities while advocating for free menstrual products.