I’m super pumped to welcome the newest member of the SEAC team, Sara Glauser! Sara has accepted SEAC’s newly created Community Liaison position. As Community Liaison, Sara will increase our impact in our neighborhoods and communities by supporting and working with our Fundraising and Outreach Coordinator, Kiki Smith. Sara will attend numerous events, including SEAC’s annual shindigs, The Blender and our summer Growing With SEAC festival (formerly known as Ladybug Fest), increasing the number of local businesses participating in SEACing It Out, assisting me (Mike Evans, ED) with our monthly newsletter and social media presence, continue to advocate the work SEAC accomplishes, engage in fundraising activities, and so much more!
I’m so grateful for the funding support provided by Assemblymember Bronson and NYS, which allowed me to create this position and look forward to Sara boosting our impact.
Sara Glauser (she/they)
Sara Glauser has been living in Rochester all her life. She has grown up with respect and appreciation for the city. “Everyone here is important and of value and we should not ostracize people. With building a stronger sense of community I believe in the possibility of openness and growth.” They have volunteered for The Ronald McDonald House Charity Sales as well as SEAC’s Tool Shed. She enjoys walking through Mount Hope Cemetery and supporting local businesses. Her hobbies include knitting, making jewelry, and above all else spending time with her partner and their two cats.