Vice President Sarah Galbenski
Sarah Galbenski is a junior majoring in Spanish and Global Affairs with a concentration in International Peace Studies. She hails from the dynamic city of Detroit, Michigan, but she spent the fall semester making Santiago, Chile her home. On campus, she lives in Walsh Hall, home of the Wild Women!
A yoga enthusiast, Sarah can often be seen practicing in Yoga Steve’s studio in Duncan. Her passions include Detroit sports teams, chai tea, and any song Lin-Manuel Miranda has ever written.
Sarah is enthusiastic about service in local, national, and international contexts. She considers the Center for Social Concerns to be her second home on campus, having participated in several Community-Based Learning courses, Social Concerns Seminars, and the International Summer Service Learning Program. She is currently serving as the Chair of Service on Walsh’s Hall Council. Additionally, Sarah is a member of the Notre Dame Folk Choir, Kroc Institute Student Peace Conference Committee, the Kellogg International Scholars Program, and the Suzanne and Walter Scott Scholarship Program.
You can reach Sarah by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.