Sarah Brittingham, MA, MPH is a research utilization and knowledge management professional with a decade of experience in maternal and child health, children living outside of parental care, and family planning. Currently, she serves as a senior technical officer in FHI 360’s research utilization unit, where she works with stakeholders to translate research findings for uptake. Sarah’s portfolio centers around expanding access to family planning and sexual and reproductive health information and services through digital technologies and the decolonization of global health and development. She has field experience across sixteen countries and four continents and varied experience spanning management of global health programs, non-profit leadership, and working directly alongside individuals and communities. Sarah has advanced written and verbal skills in French and Spanish and speaks intermediate Portuguese and is skilled in qualitative research methods. Before focusing her career on family planning and reproductive health, she managed international programs at an intercountry adoption agency, served as a home visitor to new mothers, and taught sex ed to youth. Sarah earned her MPH at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her MA in Development Studies at the International Institute of Social Studies in The Hague, the Netherlands.