Sarah Lee

Sarah Lee

Sarah is a Caucasian female with shoulder length brown hair, shown wearing a purple shirt and long necklace.
Clean Energy Engagement Specialist
Office of the Provost » Graham Sustainability Institute

Sarah Lee supports Graham by facilitating stakeholder engagement and collaborative research across multiple programs. As part of the Energy Futures Initiative, much of her work revolves around U-M’s partnership with the state of Michigan's Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE). Through the development of webinars and educational materials, as well as leading the Catalyst Leadership Circle and Fellowship programs, Sarah helps local governments better understand and plan for sustainable and clean energy infrastructure. As part of the Carbon Neutrality Acceleration Program, Sarah helps enable interdisciplinary and engaged research collaborations. She also co-organizes the Clean Energy Conversations series for faculty in partnership with SEAS and NERS. 

Sarah joined Graham in 2021 with a background in meteorology and experiences working in renewable energy forecasting, building energy analytics, and corporate sustainability reporting. She earned her M.S. in applied meteorology from Plymouth State University and a B.S. in meteorology from Valparaiso University with a mathematics minor.