Sarah Curry is a policy fellow for the Madison Liberty Institute and policy director at the Platte Institute. Sarah began her policy work for the North Carolina State Senate as a research assistant for the chairs of the Senate Agricultural Committee and headed the research efforts for the Regulatory Reform Committee.
She earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration with a minor in Government from Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana while being a scholarship athlete. She then earned her International Masters of Business Administration with a plus certificate in Finance from Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs, North Carolina.
Being born and raised on her family’s farm, Sarah enjoys everything outside from hiking, camping, fishing, to horseback riding. She is also a soccer referee and volunteer with the Girl Scouts. She and her husband, Paul, just welcomed their first child, Philip, in 2017.