As director of Annual Giving and Stewardship, Sarah A. Muse leads Pacific Legal Foundation’s efforts to engage and inspire their thousands of supporters. She and her team are committed to providing PLF donors with frequent updates on how their investment empowers countless Americans to stand up to bullying bureaucrats.
Sarah is passionate about individual liberty and reining in government overreach. She jumps at the chance to tell donors, family members, friends—even a random person she just met—about the incredible stories of PLF clients and their relentless efforts to fight back and win.
Prior to joining PLF, Sarah spent seven years at the Mercatus Center and the Institute for Humane Studies overseeing their development operations teams. She was able to work her way up from assisting the major gifts team to managing acquisition and renewals of both organizations’ donor bases.
Sarah is one of many PLFers originally from Ohio. She lived in Arlington, Virginia, for 10 years but now calls Sycamore, Illinois, home. She attended Ashland University for her undergraduate degree and has a master’s in public administration (MPA) from George Mason University, where she specialized in nonprofit management. In the fall, you can often find her watching football and cheering on the Buckeyes or Green Bay Packers. In her free time, she enjoys baking, running (to work off all the baking), cuddling with dogs, watching old movies, and drinking a good Bourbon cocktail.