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Sarah Wasch, MSW

  • Program Manager, Field Center for Children's Policy, Practice, & Research

3815 Walnut Street, Room 302
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6179
  • office: 215.573.9989

Sarah Wasch, MSW, is the Field Center’s Program Manager, coordinating a variety of Field Center projects and initiatives.  Sarah earned her BA from Tufts University in Child Development and Sociology and her MSW from the University of Pennsylvania with a macro concentration.  She began her child welfare career working in a residential treatment setting.  Before joining the Field Center, Sarah was with Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Greater Philadelphia (JFCS) for eight years, first as a Foster Care Social Worker, then as Foster Care/Child Welfare Supervisor, and finally in the role of Program Supervisor for JFCS’ ELECT Program, developing new programming for pregnant and parenting adolescents.  Sarah shares her love of education and professional development as coordinator of the Field Center’s Multidisciplinary Student Training Institute.

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