Sarah Hofman-Graham is a Grants Analyst at The Ferguson Group with a focus on identifying and securing funding for public agencies and nonprofit organizations on a wide variety of funding and program operations. Sarah specializes in researching funding opportunities and providing project coordination in the grants writing process. She also brings expertise in burgeoning application evaluation criteria including environmental sustainability, climate change adaptation, and environmental justice.
Prior to joining the team at TFG, Sarah spent five years working in development and institutional fundraising for both international and domestic nonprofits on topics including public health, environmental health, governance, and capacity-building, and human rights.
Sarah graduated from Calvin University in Grand Rapids, Michigan with degrees in Environmental Studies and Economics. She is currently completing a Master’s of Public Administration with a concentration in Environmental Policy at The George Washington University’s Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration. Sarah serves on the board of the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) Student Chapter at the George Washington University, meeting frequently with local government leaders regarding governance structures, initiatives, and planning. She was recently inducted into Pi Alpha Alpha, the national public affairs and administration honors society.