Sarah McClure is graduating with a Master of Arts in United Nations and Global Policy Studies (UNMA). Before starting at Rutgers, Sarah graduated from Rowan University in 2022 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies. Sarah works as a Policy Assistant for the New Jersey Department of Human Services, where she focuses on harm reduction policy and programs such as Naloxone365. Outside of work and school, Sarah founded a nonprofit in 2023, Flow Forward NJ, which works on alleviating period poverty, or the inadequate access to menstrual products and menstrual education, in New Jersey. To learn more about Flow Forward NJ, visit

Sarah presented at two symposiums while a Rutgers student on topics related to period poverty: "Period Poverty at Rowan University" in March of 2023 at the Rowan University ArtSci Symposium, and "Solutions for Global Period Poverty Using an Access, Inform, Maintain Model" at the Rutgers Graduate Writing Program's Spring 2023 Symposium.

In Fall of 2023, Sarah was recognized for her work with period poverty at Rutgers and awarded the Impact Award by the Rutgers Committee to Advance our Common Purposes. After graduating, Sarah plans to focus on expanding Flow Forward NJ to help more people in more New Jersey counties as well as internationally, and conduct new research projects on period poverty and menstruation. Outside of her activities, Sarah is an avid reader of all types of literature and enjoys crocheting to help fundraise for her nonprofit.