Sarah Eastburn is the Sustainability Coordinator for the Bringing Tap Back program, and is the newest member of the Tennessee Clean Water Network team. Sarah works closely with partnering schools and universities to encourage the consumption of safe, clean, and convenient tap water through the Tennessee Department of Health’s Project Diabetes grant.
Sarah Joins TCWN after serving with AmeriCorps Education Fellows program in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she focused on cultural awareness outreach in the local community. She also served with Peace Corps in the Dominican Republic, working primarily in agronomy and environmental education in the village of Los Rios, near the Haitian border.
Sarah attended the University of Wisconsin Eau-Claire and graduated in Public Relations and Spanish Business. While attending university, she worked extensively with the University Senate, Student National Environmental Health Association, and successfully petitioned the University to move to completely biodegradable products. Sarah lives in Knoxville with two fellow returned Peace Corps volunteers and her Dominican dog, Rio.