Sarah Flamm is a Research Assistant at the Migration Policy Institute, where she works on the International Program and the Labor Markets Initiative.
Previously, Ms. Flamm worked as a Stanford Government Fellow at the UN International Labor Organization (ILO) in Geneva, Switzerland, focusing on child labor and trafficking issues. She studied day laborers’ access to health care in San Francisco as a Community-Based Research Fellow, working with the city health department and a local nonprofit. Ms. Flamm has also worked at the Voting Section in the Department of Justice.
In 2011, Ms. Flamm obtained her bachelor of the arts degree in public policy with a concentration in immigration policy and a Spanish minor from Stanford University.