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Sarah Lopez

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Sarah Lopez is an avid traveler who has visited fourteen foreign countries and twenty-three states, including a semester abroad in Qatar and two peacebuilding fieldwork trips to Liberia. She is also trilingual in Spanish, English, and Arabic. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in geography from Salem State University and a Master of Arts in Teaching from Mount Holyoke College. Inspired by her passion for geography, Sarah taught middle school social studies for five years and established two school National Geography Bees. A former mentor for the Intercultural Leadership Program at Salem State University and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Franklin County, Sarah now mentors students as a College Access Advisor for the GEAR UP partnership grant between Mount Wachusett Community College and the Fitchburg Public Schools. Sarah was born and raised in Haverhill, MA, and currently resides in Orange, MA with her cat, Kashi.

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    April 18, 1991

  • Massachusetts, United States

Pageant Platform

Appetite for Action

What is the Occupation of Sarah Lopez

Educator

Which School Did Sarah Lopez Attend?

Salem State University, Mount Holyoke College

Why start competing in pageants

I have been a pageant fan for years and decided to take the plunge! Pageantry has allowed me to work even harder on my self-development and gain self-confidence. I love how competing in pageants pushes me to put my best self, and that I can transfer those skills in all areas of life.

What is the Nationality of Sarah Lopez

Dominican

In the Media

Salem State University's Liberian Peacebuilders' Fieldwork Initiative Blog

13 July 2019 http://rockyshwedel.ipage.com/ssu_liberian_peacebuilder_fieldwork/?page_id=18&title=sarahs-blog

Altered Tradition Creates Recognition for Graduate Students

23 September 2019 http://www.mountholyokenews.com/campus-life/2019/9/19/altered-tradition-creates-recognition-for-graduate-students

‘In Their Corner’ - Alumna Helps Students Prepare for High School

24 January 2020 https://www.salemstate.edu/news/their-corner-jan-22-2020
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