With the assistance of a Tweet Coleman Aviation Scholarship, Sarah earned her Commercial Airplane Single Engine Land Certificate in November 2014. Initially co-piloting planes across the Pacific, Sarah was eventually hired as Second-in-Command completing her flight-training with Mokulele Airlines, an interisland commuter in Hawaiʻi. She has since earned Captain status and continues to fly Cessna Caravans interisland. Sarah is also pursuing a Master’s Degree with a research focus on women in aviation. A lifelong volunteer, Sarah is a member of the American Association of University Women, Honolulu Chapter, and is a board member of Mālama Mānoa, a community organization whose mission it is to encourage diversity, community and environmental stewardship. She has also played an active role as Secretary and Chair on the Aloha Chapter 99s striving to expand membership and reach young women interested in aviation. Sarah has also volunteered to speak with young people on aviation at the Pacific Aviation Museum, with the Girl Scouts of America and at elementary schools.