Sarah Brown O'Hagan
Sarah O’Hagan "is a strategic communications consultant who has worked for the past decade as a board member, fund-raiser and advocate for non-profit organizations involved in international relief and education. A member of the International Rescue Committee (IRC) board since 1998, Ms. O’Hagan travels frequently to visit IRC programs in the field and regularly speaks to IRC supporters and audiences about aspects of the agency’s work with refugees. She serves as chair of the IRC Board’s Program Committee, and is actively involved in the governance of the organization.
"Ms. O'Hagan worked in print and television journalism for Institutional Investor magazine, CNN, and ABC NEWS, Tokyo. A graduate of the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University, Ms. O'Hagan currently serves on the Board of the Louis and Nancy Hatch Dupree Foundation for the Afghanistan Center at Kabul University; on the SAIS Advisory Council; and Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good. She is a graduate of Wesleyan University with Honors in the College of Letters. " 
- Advisory Committee, FilmAid International
Resources and articles
- Face-off to Facebook:, gwu, accessed May 11, 2010.