Sarah Wilson was born in the San Francisco Bay Area and moved with her family to Bellville, Texas when she was 4 years old. After graduating from Bellville High School in 2005, she followed her lifelong passion for writing to the University of Texas at Austin where she obtained her bachelor of journalism. During college Sarah worked as a general assignments reporter for the UT student newspaper The Daily Texan, one of the largest college newspapers in the United States. She was a member of Sigma Phi Lambda, a national Christian sorority, and she served as Public Outreach Coordinator for University Life Advocates, a pro-life student group. Her favorite area of study was that of Latin America, its language, culture and political geography.
Sarah graduated from UT in May 2009 and is currently in Houston preparing to pursue her master’s degree in public relations at the University of Houston in 2011. Her ultimate goal is to work in public relations for M.D. Anderson Cancer Center and one day to hold a local or state political office.
While Sarah takes interest in all aspects of politics and public affairs, her love of Latin America has encouraged her to explore immigration and the government’s relationship with various minority populations. To Sarah, this relationship includes the creation of the Welfare state by the Democratic Party, the efforts of the Left to sustain poverty in minority America, and the vital role the GOP plays in offering growth where there has long been mental stagnation.