Sarah Field is Americans for Prosperity’s vice president of judicial strategy. Sarah brings more than a decade of experience focusing on legal and public policy issues, having previously worked at the Charles Koch Foundation on legal reform and at the Federalist Society on role-of-courts issues.
Sarah’s passion for the rule of law and the Constitution was fomented at a young age, particularly as she watched the presidential primary process unfold every four years in her home state of New Hampshire. This passion inspired her to study history and political science at Grove City College and to attend law school at Case Western Reserve University School of Law, where she was president of her school’s chapter of the Federalist Society.
When she’s not focusing on judicial issues, Sarah is actively involved in her church, enjoys spending time with her husband, Brian, and loves being mom to her two- and four-legged children.