As the Fiscal Sponsorship and Patient Access Program Officer, Sahar works to fiscally support grassroots organizations whose missions aligns with MAPS and work to provide patient entry for psychedelic therapy to underrepresented groups through Expanded Access.
Sahar earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Social Interaction, with Minors in Business Administration and Psychology from the State University of New York at Oswego. Followed by a Master of Science in Project Management from Boston University Metropolitan College.
At the Undergraduate level, she developed a passion for community and civic engagement which led her to win a National Newman Civic Fellowship through Campus Compact. Her engagement continued while working with the ACLU of Georgia on the Voting Access Project and the Inclusion Allies Coalition with the Advocacy Committee.
At MAPS, Sahar is committed to ensure health equity for all.