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Bartley, Sarah

Vice President, Housing & Homelessness

United Way of Massachusetts Bay & Merrimack Valley

Sarah Bartley leads United Way’s focus on ending and preventing homelessness as a key supporting goal in the organization’s mission to advance an economically just region, where access to financial opportunity is universal and prosperity is shared across race and ethnicity. She provides strategic and program leadership for a variety of priorities and partnerships, including: fostering two-generational, holistic approaches to supporting children and families experiencing homelessness; expanding equitable distribution of rental assistance and preventing evictions; and expanding access to supportive housing for vulnerable neighbors.
Sarah serves on the Board of Mass211 and enjoys learning and strategizing alongside fellow United Way staff and nonprofit partners. Prior to United Way, she led external relations for Catholic Charities’ sites on the North Shore and a public awareness campaign in support of affordable housing with the North Shore Housing Trust.

Sarah previously served as a Deacon and a Family Promise Congregational Coordinator, two roles rooted in her faith community from which she finds all kinds of inspiration for the love of beauty and peacemaking.

A lover of Beverly, where she lives with her husband and two boys, Sarah is a member of the Planning Board where she has participated on Master Plan and Accessory Dwelling Unit ordinance committees.

Bartley, Sarah
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