Sarah Rose (she/her) believes in mobilizing art, narrative, and relationship building as tools to reach a more just and equitable world. She is a program manager, youth worker, and strategist who values relationship-forward movements and supporting empowerment initiatives. Sarah Rose is also a multidisciplinary visual artist whose work focuses on survivorhood, self representation as a radical act of self love, and fostering community building through creative practices. She is the co-founder of the community building initiative, Boston Queer Art Collective. Sarah Rose received her MSc in Gender, with a focus on human, reproductive and sexual rights, at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Her work there and beyond focuses on the roles privilege and body politics play in representations of sexual assault and art as a means of disrupting neoliberalism and reclaiming bodily agency. She lives in Boston, MA.