Sarah Grace is a lead digital content editor and senior multimedia producer in the iDeas Lab at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). She is passionate about the synthesis of research and visual communication and pursues this through her work with motion graphics, video production, data visualization, and multimedia-rich digital reports. She leads the Center’s longform digital report efforts and serves as the editorial lead and video mentor for the CSIS Journalism Bootcamp. Prior to joining CSIS, she worked as a video and advanced learning technologies consultant, as vice president of video production at a marketing firm, and as a freelance journalist, videographer, photographer, and video editor. She holds an M.A. in global media from American University’s School of International Service and School of Communication and a B.A. in philosophy with a minor in film studies from Tufts University. She joined CSIS in January 2018.
Bridging the Gap in Immunizations and Health Services for Venezuelans at Home and Abroad
Digital Report by Katherine E. Bliss and Mackenzie Burke — October 14, 2022
Take a deep dive into the different types of technology migrants encounter on their journeys, how governments use migrant data in decision making, and its implications on human rights.
Digital Report by Lauren Burke Erol Yayboke Marti Flacks and Anastasia Strouboulis — December 15, 2022
As many countries seek more sustainable and resilient means of food production, alternative proteins may offer a solution.
Digital Report by Caitlin Welsh Joseph Majkut and Zane Swanson — May 4, 2023