Sarah Hubbart manages the communications strategy for the Animal Agriculture Alliance, a national non-profit organization that helps consumers better understand the role animal agriculture plays in providing a safe, abundant food supply to a hungry world. In her role with the Alliance, she effectively identifies and responds to misinformation about the food system and reaches out to the media with accurate, science-based resources about today's farms. Under Sarah’s guidance, the Alliance has been frequently referenced in mainstream publications such as USA Today, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and NPR on hot topics including farm animal health and well-being, activist campaigns, and agriculture advocacy. Sarah utilizes traditional and new media to showcase the importance of the American farmer and rancher and she frequently provides editorial articles and guest posts for numerous industry publications, newsletters, and blogs. She also oversees the Alliance’s membership communications such as the monthly “Alliance Link” newsletter and action alerts.
Raised in a small farming community, Sarah has a deep connection to agriculture and rural life. She received a degree in agricultural communications from California State University, Chico and is completing her Master’s in media and political affairs from George Washington University. Follow Sarah’s work on behalf of the Alliance by visiting the organization’s Facebook, Twitter, or Youtube pages or by emailing email@example.com.