As PLEN’s Executive Director, Sarah Bruno provides program and administrative oversight to the organization. Prior to PLEN, Sarah consulted with nonprofit organizations to help them improve their operations and fundraising strategies. From 2010 through 2015, Sarah served as the Chief Operating Officer at the Truman National Security Project & Center for National Policy, where she was responsible for the overall day-to-day operations and human resource management of the organization. She previously served as the organization’s Director of Development. Prior to joining the Truman Project, Sarah served as the National Development Director at America Votes and a Development Writer at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. Before coming to Washington D.C., Sarah worked as Development Coordinator at the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts. A lifelong feminist and long-time advocate for social justice, Sarah holds a Masters degree in macro social work from Boston University and a B.A. in Anthropology with a Women’s Studies concentration from Haverford College. In her free time, Sarah volunteers with various other organizations and political campaigns, and sings with the Congressional Chorus. She grew up in New Hampshire and is a die-hard Red Sox fan. Sarah is the proud “mother” of a 1.5 year old pit bull named Dorrie.
Jennifer Muns is a Program Coordinator for PLEN. She helps plan the logistics of each seminar and is in charge of social media outreach through Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. Jennifer grew up in southern New Hampshire, but has been in Washington, D.C. for over six years. Before coming to PLEN, she received her B.A. in Print Journalism and her M.A. in Political Communication from American University. In addition, Jennifer worked as an intern on Capitol Hill and for several political and labor union organizations in Washington. She also interned at a media organization in London, United Kingdom while studying abroad in the city in the Spring of 2012. Outside work, Jennifer loves to devour books about public policy, feminism, gender, and issues impacting women, as well as visit various gardens and parks in Washington.