Sara Wilson

Communications and New Media Officer
United States

Sara has worked as Communications and New Media Officer for The Hunger Project since October 2010. Prior to joining THP, Sara held various positions in the field of international education, traveling throughout Thailand, India and the United Arab Emirates with organizations such as Anuban Khon Kaen, the Institute for International Education at the UN, George Mason University International Admissions and a New York-based award-winning multimedia organization aimed at promoting global education.

Sara holds a B.A. in International Conflict Analysis and Resolution with a concentration in Gender Studies from George Mason University.

Blog Posts

Ten Ways to Fight Hunger and Poverty

January 28, 2014
Looking for ways to get involved with The Hunger Project? Here are a few easy ways to shop, search, share, design, volunteer, dine and even game for a purpose! Join us today and every day in empowering people around the world to end hunger and poverty.


2014: A Great Year in the Making

January 13, 2014
In 2013, The Hunger Project joined the world community in declaring that the end of chronic hunger is possible by the year 2030. With your support we look forward to making this a reality. Keep the momentum going and get the word out about the issues you care about all year long!


2013 Human Rights Day and Action Against Gender-Based Violence

December 10, 2013
As Human Rights Day comes to a close, it also concludes the nation wide initiative known as 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence. Our colleagues in India bring us this report of their 16 Days activities.


Get Out the Give on #GivingTuesday!

November 25, 2013
The retail sector has benefited for years from coordinating national shopping days around the holidays. Everyone knows “Black Friday” or “Cyber Monday.” But this year, for the second year in a row, something unique will take place on December 3, 2013: #GivingTuesday. #GivingTuesday celebrates giving by continuing a conversation about ways to give more, give smarter, and put personal philanthropy back into the giving season.