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Sara Herbert-Galloway

Community Advisor

Sara Herbert-Galloway, focuses on helping those who are most vulnerable. Through her humanitarian efforts, charitable work and civic involvement, Sara has been able to impact the lives of many. A Registered Nurse specializing in Trauma, her life took a different turn when she accepted an offer from a well-known modeling agency to pursue a NYC career in acting and modeling. After having two wonderful children, she has devoted her time to motherhood and charitable causes, including the National Meningitis Association, the U.N. Millennium Development Goals, and the Global Stress Initiative. She is also a photojournalist and her work has been featured in many publications. She is on the Board of Directors of The J. Luce Foundation, an active member of the Screen Actors Guild, The National Society of the Daughter's of the American Revolution, the National Society of Colonial Dames XVII Century, and the Jr. League of Greenwich CT. Sara divides her time between Greenwich, CT, NYC and the Hamptons.

Sara Herbert-Galloway's Contributions

  1. Greenwich Woman's Global Youth Summit Mentors High Schoolers

    Greenwich Woman's Global Youth Summit Mentors High Schoolers

    GREENWICH, Conn. – Twenty-four high school scholars from 13 different countries will commit to be positive change agents in their communities through their work as part of the Global Citizens Youth Summit in August. The summit is part of the Global Citizens Initiative, which was founded by Greenwich resident Yumi Kuwana. The summit, emphasizes a “Glocal approach” to problem solving: ...

  2. Danbury Hosts World Of Colors Event

    Danbury Hosts World Of Colors Event

    DANBURY, Conn. -- Danbury's first World of Colors concert, hosted by the World Heritage Cultural Center was held in CityCenter on June 20. The 10 year old organization, which has produced similar concerts nationwide, has chosen Danbury as its new home because of the city's diversity. Hosted by radio personality Cindy Vero, as well as actor/filmmakers Shetal Shah and Victor Cruz, the ...

  3. Sen. Blumenthal Honors Greenwich Teen For Her Social Activism

    Sen. Blumenthal Honors Greenwich Teen For Her Social Activism

    GREENWICH, Conn. – Greenwich teenager Alana Galloway recently was honored by U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) for winning a national award for her work to raise awareness about issues such as teen suicide and bullying. Galloway, 17, attends Convent of the Sacred Heart in Greenwich. The James Jay Dudley Luce Foundation named Galloway a 2015 Luce Leader, for using her writing and ...

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