Youth Fellow in Social Innovation
Sarah Little is a journalist, author, and activist. At 23 years old, Sarah has spent time in nearly 40 countries and lived in the Middle East, Europe, and North & Central America. In 2018, Sarah spent sufficient time in refugee camps in Jordan, Kenya, and across Europe, documenting the lives of young women and girls. With widespread exposure to different cultures, Sarah feels inspired to work with young women and girls to help them reach their full potential.
Sarah has spoken at and participated in various events and conferences, including Babson College’s Social Innovation 2018 Youth Summit, U.N. Foundation’s Girl Up Campaign, and Refresh Women’s Conference in Midland, Texas. She is a Lewis Institute Youth Fellow in Social Innovation and has served as a youth advisor to The World Bank’s Middle East and North Africa division as they wrote a report on how to effectively engage youth in the region on issues such as migration, displacement, and limited access to opportunity. Over the past two years, Sarah has interviewed girls and young women from across the Middle East, Europe, Africa, and Asia. She is the author of More to Her Story and founder of the More to Her Story platform that gives space for marginalized young women and girls to tell their stories.
Sarah is currently studying Journalism at The New School in New York City.