Representative for Honduras
Sarah Stewart is the foundation representative for Honduras. Prior to joining the IAF, Sarah worked for National Audubon where she managed an Inter-American Development Bank grant to strengthen bird-watching tourism in Guatemala, Belize, Paraguay and the Bahamas. Previously she worked as a community planning and development specialist for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development managing neighborhood stabilization grants. She also worked as a middle school and high school Spanish teacher in New Jersey. Sarah has lived in eight Spanish-speaking countries for extended periods of time working or researching primarily on the topics of protected area management, conservation and ecotourism, including a Fulbright Research Fellowship in Venezuela. She also served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Guatemala, Honduras and Panama.
Sarah holds a bachelor’s degree in Spanish from Middlebury College and master’s degrees in Latin American studies from UT Austin and international development from Clark University.