Sarah Mixon is a senior analyst with Anderson Economic Group, working in the public policy and economic analysis practice area. Her work focuses on cost-benefit and economic impact analysis. Her recent works include an assessment of public pension reform and an analysis of a research campus’s expansion.
Prior to joining AEG, Ms. Mixon served as director of a small non-profit operating after school ESL classes in the refugee camps in northern Palestine. She managed the organization’s transition to an all-girls program, raised funds to open a new teaching site, and partnered with community leaders to garner program support. Ms. Mixon also worked at the Pioneers Baccalaureate School, where she taught math to grades 6-12 and helped prepare students for universities in the U.S. and U.K.
Ms. Mixon holds a master’s degree in public policy from the University of Chicago and a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Oklahoma State University.