Director, Masimo Foundation for Ethics, Innovation, and Competition
Sarah is a Director for the Masimo Foundation for Ethics, Innovation, and Competition, which awards grants to people and academic institutions such as the Carter Center that ameliorates patient safety, promotes efficient and cost-effective health care delivery, and provides advanced health care to people worldwide who might not otherwise have access to life-saving technologies.
Sarah has long practiced the spirit of giving as a devoted mother of three, wife and global philanthropist . She has aided Syrian refugees in resettlement and acclimation in the US and and helped build schools in Uganda with Clinton Global Initiatives. She is also a passionate scholar of Global Health as well as and an avid promoter of democracy abroad and has participated in international election observations.
As a tireless volunteer and advocate for women and children, she has created and helped many organizations extend their support through fundraising for JDRF, UNICEF, March of Dimes, and many other charities over the years.