Hunger Outreach Program Specialist
Sarah Smith-Moore joined Hunger Free Oklahoma in November 2021. Sarah brings over a decade of experience working alongside families to provide more resources to reduce risk factors and organizing grassroots efforts focused on social, economic, and environmental justice.
Prior to HFO, Sarah was the Youth Leadership Coordinator for Camp Fire Green Country. She coordinated multiple programs for children of all ages and facilitated numerous leadership retreats for LGBTQIA2S+ youth. From there, Sarah joined multiple grassroots campaigns in Tulsa focused on equity. She became involved with Showing Up For Racial Justice and attended organizing workshops throughout the United States. Sarah is also an alum of the Anne Braden Anti-Racist Training, which is a four-month long program designed to support organizers in their efforts towards equity in their communities.
Sarah was born and raised in New York and currently lives in Tulsa with her husband, two children, a dog, and a fish. In her free time, she enjoys creating beautiful, safe, and fun spaces in her home and backyard for folks to gather in the struggle for collective freedom.