Sarah Rauzin loves translating data and behavior theory into practical solutions to improve health equity and wellbeing. Sarah grounds her work in empathy and a commitment to evidence-informed practice.
Sarah received her Masters of Public Health from the University of Florida, with a focus on social and behavioral science. Over the past 10 years, she applied her expertise in public health and behavior theory to the higher education sector, designing and implementing programs spanning from 1:1 interventions and engaging workshops to campus-wide campaigns. Sarah founded and led a number of university wide coalitions and committees to unite violence prevention initiatives, and conduct university needs assessments. Her previous areas of impact have included crisis intervention & suicide prevention, sexual assault prevention, alcohol harm reduction, and gender equity. Sarah is thrilled to expand the scope of her work on a national scale, contributing to research and resource development across Meteorite’s health campaigns.