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Sara Bushey is the National Wildlife Federation Population & Environment Program’s Policy Coordinator in the Washington D.C. International Affairs Department. Sara joined NWF in 2002, as the Trade and Environment Program intern, focusing on environmental components in multi-lateral and bi-lateral trade agreements, like the Free Trade Agreement of the Americas. She became the Policy Assistant to NWF’s International Affairs Senior Director, supporting NWF’s current programs on climate change, population, cross-border education and trade, as well as conducting entrepreneurial development for new initiatives on migratory birds, invasive species and corporate social responsibility. Prior to joining NWF, Sara lived in Japan for two years with the Japanese Exchange and Teaching Program (JET) and spent a year traveling extensively throughout Asia and Central America. In 1999, Sara received her B.A. from Occidental College in Los Angeles, CA, with degrees in Economics and Environmental Studies.