With a degree from Cornell in English and feminist, gender and sexuality studies—and a minor in film studies—Sarah's interests span a wide range. She moved to New York City to connect with some contacts from her music industry internships, and she's been loving her life at ASCAP since the middle of 2016.
Executive Assistant to EVP & Chief Marketing Officer
Sarah begins her day by checking email, sending and scheduling communication with ASCAP members, as well as updating content on the organization's website. Her job involves a lot of editing—and a lot of writing. For example, a current project involves writing the script for an award show—an event Sarah is excited to attend in-person.
“In the future, I see ASCAP continuing to be the same trailblazing force in the music industry, providing the most efficient way to get songwriters compensated and adapting to the streaming marketplace.”
"A project right now that I'm working on is I'm writing the script for our Latin Music Awards—which is really cool, because I get to go and see that script come to life."