Sarah Meyers is the Education Program Manager at the Environmental Solution Initiative (ESI) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where she is leading the next phase of growth for ESI’s interdisciplinary environment and sustainability education portfolio.
Before joining ESI, she worked as a consultant with Wellspring Consulting, where she consulted to nonprofit organizations on business and financial management, strategic planning, operations and organizational design. Previously, Sarah taught high school mathematics in the Boston area. She was a faculty member at The New Jewish High School (now Gann Academy) and subsequently joined the math department at Brookline High School. In addition, she spent time at Dartmouth College in an interdisciplinary program exploring the relationship between music and math.
Sarah received her MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management (’12). While at Sloan, she focused her studies on sustainability, aligning economic, social and environmental practices with business strategy, and received her Certificate in Sustainability.
A native of California, Sarah enjoys paddleboarding, kayaking, whitewater rafting and hiking. She also enjoys playing piano and guitar, singing and dancing. She is proud to be the wife of Rabbi Daniel Berman and mother of daughter Elie and son Mica.