Sara Isaac began her career as an Editor and Reporter for the Orlando Sentinel in Orlando, Florida. Sara’s fascination with the forces that drive human behavior led to her work in behavior change marketing, communications, and advocacy. At Marketing for Change, Sara has led and developed some of the organization’s widely recognized campaigns. Among these campaigns are IHateHimSoMuch.com, a healthy marriage initiative for a social services agency, and BeFloridian.org, an environmental campaign encouraging Tampa Bay residents to “protect fun” by reducing fertilizer runoff into local waterways.
Sara is also the Director for Partnerships at the League of Women Voters in Orange County, Florida. In this role, Sara helped co-found the First 50 Climate Action Coalition where she and her team successfully advocated for a planned retirement of Orlando’s coal plants by 2027 and a city pledge to transition to 100% renewable energy by 2050.
Sara received her bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Davis. She also earned her master’s in International Relations from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Relations, and a master’s in Behavioral Science from the London School of Economics.