Sarah Acquah is a Water Resource Analyst with significant interdisciplinary research experience in the areas of water economics, water security, drinking water quality, and social justice issues of water quality. Sarah earned her Ph.D. in Water Science and Management with concentrations in Water Economics and Policy from New Mexico State University. At the Institute of Ecological Civilization, Sarah serves as the Water Research Associate. She has a keen interest in improving water resource management through the integration of analytical research, community engagement, and water policies that seek to address issues of water security. Sarah enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking and kayaking.