Sarah Geldmacher is originally from Charlottesville, Virginia, where she also received her undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia in Anthropology and the interdisciplinary program Environmental Thought & Practice. After graduation, she joined Marstel-Day, where she gained three years of experience preparing Encroachment Action Plans and Strategic Engagement Plans for the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Marine Corps. She went on to earn her Master’s of Urban and Regional Planning from UC Irvine, where she was selected as a Raymond Watson Fellow in the Planning, Policy, and Design department and to represent UC Irivine as a UC Climate Neutrality Initiative Fellow. Since joining KTUA, Sarah has worked on Asset Evaluations, Basic Facility Requirements, and Area Development Planning. Sarah enjoys working with federal clients to plan for military installations and facilities that are more efficient, sustainable, and effective.
Master of Urban and Regional Planning, University of California Irvine, 2016; B.A. Environmental Thought & Practice; Anthropology, University of Virginia, 2012
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