Sarah Molitor: Writer
Sarah was born in Hastings, Minnesota. She has volunteered in orphanages on four continents, is fluent in Spanish and speaks a little Arabic. Her passion is serving the oppressed, learning better parenting skills and acquiring new ways to make learning fun for kids of all ages. She lives with her husband and three kiddos on their hobby farm in Minnesota with their dog, horses, cows and chickens. In her free time, Sarah enjoys running, playing basketball and volleyball, and yoga.
While studying Mind, Brain and Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Sarah studied children’s emotional, social and spiritual well-being, and volunteered at the Center for the Developing Child under Dr. Shonkoff. She is published in Language Teaching Research, one of the most prestigious journals in foreign language research, and has worked as a research assistant focusing on diverse learners at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and executive functioning at the University of Minnesota.
Sarah’s involved in SCWBI, MN Nice, Inked, Kitlit 411, and PBChat. Within the past year Fall 2019/Fall 2020, she has attended the NCWC Conference, 2020 Mini PB Summit, Writing for Your Life Conference, Breathe Conference and participated in workshops from Storyteller Academy, SCWBI, and Jane Yolen.