Sara Lewis


Sara is a Bay Area transplant, originally hailing from Cleveland, Ohio. After graduating from the University of Rochester with a degree in Women's Studies in 2015, she packed up her bags and moved Westward. While she's envious of her friends who still get to experience all four seasons, Sara has fallen in love with the Bay Area. She works at San Francisco State University in the Title IX Office, and will soon be starting a Masters program in Women and Gender Studies at SFSU. While she's not working, she spends her time longingly browsing the shelves of queer lit at Dog Eared Books. She's been working on relaunching the SF Queer Oral History project as a volunteer for the GLBT Historical Society, and also volunteers at Family Dog Rescue, where she's made some awesome four-legged friends. Sara believes that storytelling lies at the heart of any community organizing or movement effort, and is looking forward to sharing and engaging with all kinds of stories through the Jeremiah Fellowship.

Fellowship Group: 
Bay Area 2017