Sarah Sheridan

Sarah grew up in a small Southwestern Ontario town, with farmland in every direction. After completing the Global Studies and Women’s Studies programs at Wilfrid Laurier University, Sarah realized her need for a geographical shift. She moved to Vancouver to try her luck at life on the West Coast. 

Upon moving to the city, Sarah began working with the homeless community, which she has continued to do in varying capacities. From working at a homeless shelter, in a drop-in centre, and as a homeless outreach worker, Sarah has sought to break down the enormous barriers preventing low-income and marginalized persons from accessing much needed resources.

When she’s not biking around town, rearranging her home furniture, or watching Liam Neeson movies, Sarah can be found exploring BC, making documentaries, or eating pizza (sometimes all at the same time).