is a Colombian-Peruvian American cartoonist, illustrator and writer. Originally from Princeton, NJ, and a longtime denizen of New York City, she is inspired by the city around her. Her stories center around relationships, communities and belonging, and regularly feature ghosts. Sara is working on a kids graphic novel about ghosts and the New York City public transit system, past and present.Sara assists ArtBridge with administrative and operational support. She cares deeply about livable, people centric cities. She has previously worked for Transportation Alternatives on their inaugural bicycle ambassador program, interned at the CITYarts mural program, and at the Arts Council of Princeton. Sara received a Master of Fine Arts from The Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction, Vermont, where she also undertook an independent study in book binding and repair at the library of neighboring Dartmouth College. Her socially oriented work is informed by her bachelors in Political Science and Latin American Studies from Sarah Lawrence College.