Service Journalism
Sarah’s health stories with a consumer focus have appeared in magazines such as Glamour, Health, Hippocrates, McCall’s, and Women’s Sports & Fitness and on websites such as  BabyCenter, Parenting, Caring, and WebMD.

Narrative Features
Sarah’s narrative tales include a crime story on the illegal traffic in hazardous waste and an account of a white supremacist organization marketing hate, both for Los Angeles Times Magazine. She employs fiction techniques for nonfiction features such as a piece on infertility for Parenting and a cover story on assisted suicide for California Lawyer.

First-person Essays & Book Reviews
Sarah draws on personal experience in book reviews for Consumer Health Interactive, describes her dance class for A Healthy Me, and chronicles new motherhood for Good Weekend. She reflects on family matters on Lettuce Eat Kale too.

Personality Profiles
Profiles include human-rights activist Harry Wu for Los Angeles Times Magazine, anti-tobacco gadfly Stanton Glantz for San Francisco Focus, national political candidates for Modern Maturity, actor Anna Deavere Smith for Good Weekend, and a boxer featured in film for San Francisco. Her revealing relationship interviews appear in the Good Weekend column “Two of Us.”

In-depth Reporting
Sarah’s in-depth features include a cover story on the English Only movement for Los Angeles Times Magazine and an article on garment workers battling sweatshop conditions for the same publication. She has also investigated environmental justice for California Lawyer, uncovered people denied access to health care for Modern Maturity, and exposed insurance industry discrimination for the Washington Post.