Sarah Wolfolds

November 8, 2016

Sarah Wolfolds
Sarah Wolfolds

Sarah Wolfolds, assistant professor, Andrew Paul Sesquicentennial Faculty Fellow, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management
Academic focus: nonprofit strategy, with a focus on industries where for-profits and nonprofits overlap and compete, including microfinance in developing countries; employee incentives within nonprofit and mission-based organizations
Previous positions: research assistant, Federal Reserve Board of Governors, 2009-10
Academic background: B.A., economics and mathematics, Swarthmore College, 2009; D.B.A., strategy, Harvard Business School, 2016
Last book read: “Giraffes Can’t Dance” by Giles Andreae
In her own time: playing tennis, walking my dog and reading to my 1-year-old son, Parker