Sarah Guerrieri manages the development and implementation of the Hospital’s annual Government Affairs agenda at the federal level. Sarah develops and maintains key legislative and administrative relationships and leads advocacy efforts on Medicaid, CHIP, Children’s Hospitals Graduate Medical Education, NIH and other research funding.
She began her professional career with the Maryland State Senate and worked on Capitol Hill for the House Committee on Energy and Commerce and the Senate Judiciary Committee. Prior to joining CHOP, she spent six years with Children’s National Health System in Washington, DC, where she divided her time between the government affairs department and the mental health collaborative within the Child Health Advocacy Institute.
Sarah holds a BA in political science from the University of Michigan, an MA in government from Johns Hopkins University and a graduate certificate in nonprofit management from Johns Hopkins University.
Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management - Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
BA in Political Science - University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
MA in Government, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
Manager, Federal Affairs
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