Sadie Keller is passionate about improving public policy and supporting families. Before joining Family Promise, Sadie taught university-level English in Mexico City as a Fulbright Scholar. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2019, where she studied Politics and Hispanic Studies. At Oberlin, Sadie developed and managed a volunteer program, which helped more than 50 Ohio residents become U.S. citizens. She was awarded a Harry S. Truman Scholarship for her commitment to public service. Sadie has experience at think tanks, on Capitol Hill, with nonprofits, and on political campaigns. Her research on immigration and electoral politics has been featured in national news sources.
As an Affiliate Services Associate, Sadie researches and oversees policies related to homelessness prevention. She focuses on diverting families from shelter and stabilizing families as they continue their independent lives. Sadie guides the Future Begins at Home initiative, including Affiliate grants designed to keep families in their homes and avoid eviction. She also manages a portfolio of corporate partnerships, connecting with thought leaders and business professionals to develop new programs and support the work of Family Promise.
Sadie lives in the Boston area, and loves to try new recipes, travel, and play soccer.
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