Sarah is a Senior Consultant with The Cohl Group, Sarah focuses on admissions strategy, the student experience, and revenue-enhancing program development. Sarah will play a major role in strategy development and building consensus for the branding program.
Concurrently, as the founder of Frogstone Strategies, Sarah guides leaders of colleges and related organizations to achieve new and enhanced revenue streams.
Previously, Sarah was the Executive Vice Provost at The Johns Hopkins University and had responsibility for university-wide strategic initiatives, including those in online and continuing/professional education. Among other growth initiatives, she led the university’s $2 million MOOC partnership with Coursera.
Sarah also served as the dean of part-time graduate education and expanded the academic offerings to include more than a dozen fully online masters degree programs generating revenue of more than $50M. She oversaw academic program development, corporate partnerships, student recruitment and marketing. Also at Johns Hopkins, Sarah served as the Vice Provost for Student Affairs directing strategic admissions during a period of historic growth in undergraduate demand, institutional selectivity and effective yield.
While at the University, Sarah accepted the offer to lead ShalomLearning, a non-profit organization focused on teaching Jewish education in blended online and on-site formats as the inaugural CEO. Sarah is a dedicated mentor to women in engineering and in higher education, and is a frequent presenter, writer, panelist, and moderator. She serves on several for-profit and non-profit boards.
Sarah holds a BS and a Masters in Civil Engineering from Cornell University, an MBA in Marketing and Finance from Northwestern University, and an Ed.D. in Higher Education Administration from the University of Pennsylvania.