Sarah is the Chair of the Antitrust Taskforce for the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) and a Senior Assistant Attorney General and Unit Manager of the Antitrust Unit in the Virginia Office of the Attorney General. Sarah represents the Commonwealth of Virginia in numerous merger and conducts antitrust cases, including the States’ challenge to the T-Mobile/Sprint merger, DOJ’s and the multistate challenges to the Aetna/Humana and Anthem/Cigna mergers, and the FTC’s and multistate challenge to the Sysco - USFoods merger. She handled the states’ economic expert during the liability portion of the ebooks price-fixing case against Apple in New York and the states’ supply-chain industry expert in the Ovcon antitrust case against manufacturers Warner-Chilcott and Barr Pharmaceuticals. She is currently working with the states’ expert in the Suboxone product hop litigation against Indivior Inc. and Aquestive Therapeutics and is co-chairing the Expert Team in the states’ monopoly maintenance case against Google in its general search and search advertising markets. Before coming to the Virginia Attorney General’s Office, Sarah worked at the Federal Trade Commission for eight years, where she was on the FTC v. Toys “R” Us administrative trial team, was the lead staff attorney for the FTC’s settlement with American Cyanamid, and had a detail as an attorney-advisor to Commissioner Sheila Anthony. Sarah graduated in 1991 from the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary. She also has a B.S. in Public Relations from Virginia Commonwealth University, with a minor in Economics.