Sara DuBois is Vice President of Communications at the Center for International Policy. A strategic communications professional with 15 years of experience, DuBois began her career in the anti-Iraq War movement and has spent the duration working with progressive and advocacy organizations to advance international and domestic justice among U.S. and international audiences. From 2016-2023, as Vice President at West End Strategy Team and as the founder of her own boutique strategy and communications consultancy, DuBois worked with clients such as the Committee to Protect Journalists, Transparency International, NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights, Muslim Advocates and Movement Voter Project to advance organizational goals through narrative campaigns, media coverage, digital channels and strategic partnerships. From 2013-2016, DuBois served as Editorial Director at Amnesty International USA, where she participated in human rights deployments to Ferguson, MO; Selma, AL; and Baltimore, MD. Earlier in her career, she served as communications director at National Security Network (2010-2013); campaigns manager at Message Global LLC (2009-2010); Tracking & Communications Manager at Progressive Media USA (2007-2008); and director of compliance at Sandler, Reiff & Young, PC (2006-2007).
A Baltimore native, Sara holds a bachelor’s degree in Literature & History and in Spanish from the Washington University in St. Louis. She is a contributor to two books on politics and a feature-length documentary.