Sarah Hogan is an Ocean program officer at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation. She supports grantmaking for the Foundation’s work to protect and restore the ocean, specifically focused on equitable and sustainable fisheries. Sarah has worked at the Foundation since 2007, and during that time has worked on issues including ecosystem-based management, user driven science, fisheries conservation, markets transformation for sustainable seafood, and Japanese seafood markets and fisheries management. Sarah brings over a decade of philanthropic experience, a multidisciplinary perspective, and a great deal of familiarity with the evolution of the Foundation’s commitment to fishery strategies to her work.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and Political Science from University of California, San Diego.