Sarah Digby is the Content Developer for Bridges. For the last six years, she has worked closely with SIFE in a number of settings: from a federal emergency shelter for unaccompanied children at the Texas/Mexico border to an Internationals Public High School in the Bronx. Sarah spent five years developing a foundational Spanish literacy curriculum for Spanish-speaking SIFE with little or no Spanish literacy. She also conducted a 4.5-year longitudinal research study on the Spanish literacy growth of Latino SIFE as part of her Master’s degree from Columbia University in International Education Development. Prior to working with SIFE, Sarah taught at a community-based school in Honduras and continues to remain involved in Honduras as a teacher-trainer. She also regularly guest-lectures at Columbia University on her research on the native-language literacy needs of SIFE. Sarah is bilingual in Spanish and English, conversational in French, and has limited proficiency in Portuguese. In her spare time, she enjoys home-improvement projects and spending time with her friends. She is also a diehard fan of the San Antonio Spurs.