Sara Liegl has worked at Interfaith Action of Greater Saint Paul since 1998. Since 2001, Sara has directed Interfaith Action’s Project Home program, which provides emergency shelter to hundreds of children and their parents/guardians each year in Ramsey County, MN. This vital work is done with support from dozens of area churches, synagogues, and schools.
A graduate of the School of Social Work at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Sara has previously worked in child protection services in Wisconsin and at residential Girl Scout camps in Wisconsin and Maine. Sara has served on the Board of Directors of Open Your Heart to the Hungry and Homeless, providing funding for agencies across the state of Minnesota. Currently, Sara serves as the Board Chair for the Federal Emergency Shelter and Food Program (ESFP) Local Advisory Board in Ramsey County. Additionally, she is a Heading Home Ramsey (HHR) Steering Committee member, and co-chairs the HHR Family Work Group.
Sara and her husband, Michael, live in Woodbury with their son, Maxx, and dog, Molly. In her free time, Sara enjoys supporting her son’s participation in Washington County 4-H, as well as hiking and exploring the outdoors with her family.