She graduated from Orem High School in 2007 and was admitted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to study economics. Sarah’s combination of strong English skills and deep understanding of economic theory led to a job at Harvard where she edited PhD dissertations for graduate students whose second language is English. She deferred graduation for 18 months to serve a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Carlsbad, California before returning to M.I.T and graduating from the Sloan School of Economics in 2012.
Since 2012, she has worked for the Brattle Group of economic consultants in Cambridge, MA as a specialist in decoding complex data systems to provide analysis of the economic aspect of legal strategies in order to prepare expert witnesses to testify in court. Her clients have included the US Department of Justice, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the Internal Revenue Service, and numerous corporations involved in antitrust, tax, and big data cases.
Sarah is married to Winston Larson and they are the parents of two daughters. She is active in her church and community in Cambridge, Massachusetts.