Sarah Fine graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from the George Washington University with a BA in Anthropology. She is the bilingual (English/Spanish) Project Director for The Bigger Picture, a collaborative youth-led type 2 diabetes prevention campaign between the youth arts nonprofit Youth Speaks and CVP that uses spoken-word and media to motivate and empower youth to become agents of health justice. Ms. Fine’s first appointment at UCSF was in 2003, when she worked with Dr. Dean Schillinger on The IDEALL (Investigating Diabetes Efforts Across Language and Literacy) project. Additionally, Ms. Fine was the Acting Development Director at 826 Valencia. Previously, she was the Senior International Development Coordinator at Cimientos, a national education advocacy nonprofit in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she worked with various local and international partners to ensure quality education for low income Argentine students. She has also worked as a volunteer public health worker, implementing health education and development projects related to HIV prevention, water sanitation and rabies in both Nicaragua and Bolivia.
Sarah Fine, Bigger Picture Project Director, provides programmatic and administrative support for CHARM's ECHO Core.