Sarah Daggett is a media strategist, documentary filmmaker, community organizer, educator, and civic engagement specialist. She has worked in supporting roles on a number of social issue documentaries including Emmy-nominated The State of Arizona and Camp Victory: Afghanistan. In the past five years, Sarah has worked with the Teach for America and Leadership for Educational Equity movements to close the opportunity gap in America.
Fellowship Project: Carbon Trade explores the State of California's pioneering carbon market policy and how this policy effects indigenous communities at the frontlines of the effects of climate change. The story follows indigenous leaders from the Mayan and Embera tribes as they advocate for their communities' interests in the formation of international climate policy.