Sarah's journalistic work includes: 

What Ohio’s New Anti-Abortion Bill Could Mean for You, Glamour.

U Turn, O Magazine.

Crossing to Safety, Marie Claire, (Print). Online as The Daughters' Great Escape.

Sour Grapes: When a Social Activity Becomes a Debilitating Habit, Cincinnati Magazine.

The Trauma of Having a Newborn in the NICU, The Atlantic.

Retired, Took Up Drinking, PROTO Magazine.

Local Nonprofit Gives Refugees "The Long Welcome," Cincinnati Magazine.

Kevin Flynn Says GoodbyeCincinnati Magazine.

The Tech World's Blindspots Are Windows Into Its Larger Failures, MakeChange.

Conversations with American Ninja Warrior's Nati NinjaCincinnati Magazine.

The Person Who Came Up With ‘Xennials’ Has The Definitive Quiz To Help You Figure Out If You Are One, GOOD.

Rape Culture Lives Here, Cincinnati Magazine.

Buying Back the Bombs, Marie Claire.

The Stacked Deck, The American Prospect.

Anti-Feminist Icon Phyllis Schlafly Has Died, But Her Toxic Politics Live OnFusion.

Silicon Hilly, Cincinnati Magazine.

Be Your Own Bill Collector, GOOD Magazine.

The Sky's the LimitProto Magazine.

For LGBT Methodists, Church Discipline Feels Like Discrimination, Slate

Meet the Female Fighter Building a Better Boxing Glove for 'Badass Women,' GOOD.

Blind JusticeCincinnati Magazine.

Cli-Fi, or 'Climate Fiction,' Is the Hottest New GenreGOOD.

Designing a World Where Environmentalists Win, (the Captain Planet story), GOOD.

A Continuum of Legislation and Intimidation in Ohio's Planned Parenthood Fight, GOOD

A Child Remembered: The Healing Art of Remembrance Photography, GOOD

When Conscious Parenting and Star Wars Superfandom CollideGOOD

Why the Planned Parenthood Fight Won't Go AwayGOOD.

Finding the Right Words After Infant Death and Pregnancy LossGOOD.

Five Steps to Becoming a Better School, Cincinnati Magazine

University of Cincinnati Police Officer Who Shot Man During Traffic Stop Charged with MurderWashington Post. {Contributed reporting}

Out of PracticePROTO

Straight to the Core, Cincinnati Magazine: Schools Guide.

Learning to GiveCincinnati Magazine: Baby Guide.

All of the Lights, Cincinnati Magazine.

Truth Telling in FergusonGOOD.

A Love Story Told with the Eyes, GOOD.

No Land is Innocent, GOOD.

A Tragedy of Rural ProportionsPROTO.

Millennial Series, Story Four: When Dreams are a Stimulus Package, GOOD.

Turning Rubbernecking in Bangladesh into a Lifesaving MomentGOOD.

You're Supposed to Be Creating an Army for GodGOOD.

Millennial Series, Story Three: The Story Behind I AM THAT GIRLGOOD.

Millennial Series, Story Two: Building a Community for Vulnerable Loved Ones (Without Wearing a Banana Suit)GOOD.

Keeping a Pakistani Artisan Culture from Going ExtinctGOOD.

The Best (or Worst) Outbreak Movies to Watch While in Self-Imposed QuarantineGOOD.

Millennial Series, Story One: The Hammock Company Fighting Malaria (From Mom and Dad's House)GOOD.

Head in the CloudsGOOD.

The Unsteady Shelf Life of a Social Justice SymbolGOOD.

One Year Later, Teenage Journalists are Still Schooling their Principal on IntegrityGOOD.

New Detroit Program Trades Houses for Literary ExcellenceGOOD.

Ex-con Launches Start-up Aimed at InmatesCNNMoney.

Confessions of an Ex-Obama SuperfanGOOD.

This is Your Brain on FootballCincinnati Magazine.

Atheist TV: All Godless, All the Time. GOOD.

Should Society Fund Mindfulness? GOOD.

And They Will Know We Are Christians by Our LoveSlate.

Kristen Bell Invests... Now What? CNNMoney.

Thank You for (Not) Sharing: Sexting, Cyberharassment, and the Harsh Realities of Digital AdolescenceCincinnati Magazine.

Zooming in on Kidney Development. Research Horizons.

The Music Didn't Die - It's Solar PoweredThe Christian Science Monitor. (First appeared in Truth Atlas.)

They Walk the LineCincinnati Magazine.

Professor with Autism Uses Music to Reach Kids with Autism. Truth Atlas.

Homeless Kids Need Time to PlayTruth Atlas.

Buy a Cup, Give a Cup. The Idea Behind Suspended Coffee. Truth Atlas.

New Incentives Help Change the Lives of Mothers and NewbornsTruth Atlas.

Handbag Company Lifts Pakistani Women from PovertyCNNMoney.

Stone Foxes Create Video with Homeless. Truth Atlas.

Industrious Revolutions: How a Family of Old-Line Printers Tapped into the Maker Movement to Start Anew. Cincinnati Magazine.

Employees with Autism find SuccessTruth Atlas.

Cincinnati Streetcar Pits Desire for Growth Against Fiscal RestraintThe New York Times.

Shop Yourself within a Few Degrees of Kevin BaconCNNMoney.

This Methodist Minister was Punished for Officiating his Gay Son's MarriagePolicyMic.

Why 'Do Good' Businesses Are Blowing UpCNNMoney.

Germany's Third Gender Law Will Lead to More Discrimination, Not Less. Policy Mic.

A Beneficial Bank Born During a Banking CrisisGOOD.

Catching Up with Gretchen's Grains: How One Small Business is Poised to Take OffGOOD.

How Tumor Art is Bringing New Insights to Patients and DoctorsGOOD.

How Soccer is Helping Girls On and Off the FieldGOOD.

Not Just a Novelty Item: Get to Know the Americans You'd Least Expect to Fancy the Firearm. GOOD, Issue 029.

How an Old Barn and a Cider Press Became a Thriving Small Business and a Local Institution. GOOD.

Breaking Down Barriers. Think Magazine.

This Social Enterprise of Weavers in a Thai Hill Tribe Lifts Up the Whole Community. GOOD.

Pop-Up Concerts for a Cause Catching on Nationwide. GOOD.

This Family Business Has Helped Clean Up Industry for Generations. GOOD.

'Behind Every Great Idea is a Great Story': Crowdfunding Gets a Boost from TVGOOD.

Rich Enough to Forget My Name, GOOD, Issue 028. 

The Moments that Make Mompreneurs, KIWI Magazine.

Local Flavor is the Secret that Keeps One Vermont Business Smokin', GOOD.

Sun-Sourced Stove Cuts Pollution in Chinese Himalayas. GOOD.

The Earth's Best Spokesperson: Pro Sports? GOOD.

Deliberate, Not Deprived: Comforts of Off-Grid Michigan LifeGOOD.

Ecomom Helps the Rest of Us Keep Earth and Baby in BalanceGOOD

One Fix for Indian Girls' Dropout Rate: Access to Affordable Feminine Hygiene. GOOD

For One Food Company, the Key Ingredient for Success is Fairness. GOOD.  

Where the Girls Aren't: Geena Davis Aims to Smash Stereotypes in Kids' TV and MoviesGOOD.  

How One Company Gives Flip-Flops a More Sustainable FootprintGOOD.  

Fish Poo Power: A Genius Countertop Aquaponics GardenGOOD.

If Microfinancing Creates a Cycle of Debt, is Handing out Cash a Better Option? GOOD.

Making the Concrete Jungle Beautiful -- And SustainableGOOD.

A Piece of Cleveland Ensures the Past isn't Lost in the UpcycleGOOD.

Life Changing Experience Led Chef to Start Looking for Efficiencies. GOOD. 

The Green Products You Never See Can Count for More. GOOD.

"Mom, Dad, There is No God." Coming Out as a Non-BelieverGOOD.

Nanotech "Jackets" to Keep Vaccines from Spoiling Off-GridGOOD.

Foodie Hub Kickstarts One West Oakland NeighborhoodGOOD.

Car 2.0: an Electric Vehicle for Wheelchair-Bound DriversGOOD.

Circumventing the Market to Relieve ParalysisGOOD.

It Takes a Toilet: The Next-Gen Commode That Powers a TownThe Atlantic.

Arizona State Students are Upcycling Shipping Containers into Health ClinicsGOOD.

Hire Me: The Hustle to Find Scarce Social Enterprise JobsGOOD.

The Life-Changing Power of a Good Nap  – and a Smart Business Plan. GOOD.

Sell Less, Share More: OpenTable's Founder Moves Toward Social-Impact BusinessGOOD.

'Innovation is the Easy Part': Providing Fuel for the Social Impact Sector. GOOD.

Keep the Carcinogens Away from Baby: Curated E-Commerce to Parents' RescueGOOD.

Social Snacking: Three Companies Add Impact to Your Empty Calories. GOOD.

Need Blind: VisionSpring and Warby Parker Shake Up Eyewear with ImpactGOOD

 Where Did Social Enterprise Come From, Anyway? GOOD.

The Search for Gravitational Waves Is OnAmerican Today. 

Upcycling's Upshot: How Urban Mushroom Farmers Turned Scavenging into a BusinessGOOD.

The Hard WayAmerican Magazine(cover story)

Who Runs the Internet? American Today.

Tiny Bio-Engines Use Carbon Dioxide as FuelAmerican Today.

Dogs May Prevent Combat Stress InjuryAmerican Today.

5 Super Cool CompaniesCNN/Money.

Fat Cats, Bodybuilders and Corsets: A History of Dieting in America. American Magazine.

Farm to Food: Blazer’s StoryAmerican Magazine.

Win a Gym Franchise, ReallyCNN/Money.

10 Generation Next Entrepreneurs to WatchCNN/Money.

Quantum Teleporting is More Than TheoryAmerican Today.

Inked: The Monster's World of Student Artist Ben TolmanAmerican Today.

Preserve and ProtectGOOD.