About Us

Sarah Holloway ’03SIPA, Serial Entrepreneur and Professor, SIPA

Sarah Holloway is a member of the faculty at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) where she teaches social entrepreneurship and nonprofit management, runs the Management program and oversees a campus-wide entrepreneurship initiative focused on global Education Technology for the Center for Development Economics & Policy.  Sarah is a serial social entrepreneur and the co-founder of six ventures in K-12 education including MOUSE.org and Computer Science for All (CSforAll).  She sits on the Board of multiple nonprofits and startups including Mission: Restore, Benefit Kitchen, Visit.org, Five One Labs, and CSforALL.  Sarah has a Bachelor’s Degree from Bowdoin College and a Master’s in Public Management (MPA) from SIPA.