Sarah Damberger, Vice Chair
Sarah has been involved with Amnesty Canada for more than a decade in a variety of volunteer, staff, and leadership roles. Based in Calgary, AB, she joined the organization in 2009 as a student activist and eventually hired part time after graduating as a Southern Alberta Organizer. Sarah then moved into the role of Local Organizer and joined the Fieldworker program before being elected to the Board in 2016. During her time on the Board, Sarah has been involved in several committees and liaison roles, including the Finance and Audit, Board Evaluation, AGM Planning and Evaluation committees and serving as youth liaison for the Board.
Sarah works as a change management consultant specializing in organizational design and transformation, stakeholder engagement, and communications planning. Sarah holds a Bachelor of Arts Honours degree in Communications Studies from the University of Calgary and is an active UCalgary alumna. She currently serves as a UCalgary Senator and volunteers with the Alumni Board and Faculty of Arts.