Lakshmi Sarah

Educator & Writer


Born and raised in California, I am an educator, journalist, artist and activist.

With roots in Kochi, Prague and San Francisco I divide my  time between the places I feel at home. Over the past few years, I have worked with newspapers, radio and magazines from Gaborone, Botswana to Los Angeles, California. I have also taught in Ladakh, India, and spent a year as a Fulbright fellow teaching, and doing freelance work in Germany. I have lived and worked in India for three years, working with Indicorps (a NGO), Navdanya‘s biodiversity farm and Druk White Lotus School.

I have seven years of experience working with the National Student Leadership Conference on programs relating to International Diplomacy, Globalization, and Journalism & Mass Communication. From 2009-2011, I directed the program on Journalism & Mass Communication at American University in Washington, DC and Berkeley, California.

I am a graduate of Pitzer College in California where I studied Global Communications and Studio Arts. I spent a year in Denmark as a Master’s student in Journalism, Media and Globalization at Aarhus University and I am presently a Master’s student at the UC Berkeley School of Journalism.

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One comment on “About

  1. emily
    October 23, 2014

    Very nice to meet you while in route to the Oakland middle school. Best of luck in your career goals.


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