Sarah Thomas graduated from the School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP) in 2014 with a Master's of Science in Planning. Now, Sarah is working as an environmental planner and ECOllaborate Now planning consultant. Sarah has a passion for rich community dialogue, stakeholder collaboration, and sustainable resource management and works with community organizations to bring divergent groups together, build capacity among non-governmental organizations, and work for just, sustainable communities. Sarah is the Chair of the Port Alberni Air Quality Council and the President of the Port Alberni Folkfest Multicultural Society. While not planning events or strategizing on air improvement strategies, Sarah can be found stick handling at the rink, riding her bike across town, or processing apples in the kitchen. Sarah is a candidate member of the Planning Institute of British Columbia.
Institute of Asian Research Fellow 2013
School of Community and Regional Planning Scholarship 2013