Sarah Rende

Manager, Social Impact, General Assembly


US & Canada




Sarah works at General Assembly, a global company that is advancing the future of work by equipping individuals and organizations with the most in-demand skills. Sarah leads General Assembly’s social impact efforts, which focus on providing access & opportunity to individuals who have faced barriers to education and employment. In her role, she oversees the development, strategy, and execution of GA’s global impact programs.

Previously, she worked on Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign in organizing & operations roles. She has her BA from Colgate University.

Why are you optimistic about the future of work?

quote Talent is everywhere, but opportunity is not. Demand for technical talent continues to outweigh supply, leading companies to embrace and elevate individuals from nontraditional backgrounds.

The MIT Inclusive Innovation Challenge to become Economic Prosperity Challenge in 2020