Sarah A Daggett


Public bio

Sarah A Daggett is a documentary filmmaker, media strategist, educator, and civic engagement specialist. She has lived and worked in many diverse locations such as San Juan, Puerto Rico, Chiapas, Mexico, Sacramento, California, Atlanta, Georgia, and her home of Brooklyn, New York. Utilizing her diverse skill sets of communications, audio/video production, community organizing, education, policy analysis, and advocacy, she works to tell innovative stories that drive civic engagement and social change.

As an editor, Sarah has supported several feature-length social issue documentaries including Emmy-Nominated THE STATE OF ARIZONA, CARBON TRADE-OFF, CAMP VICTORY: AFGHANISTAN, and BIG BUCKS, BIG PHARMA. She has analyzed education, immigration and climate change policy, created curriculum that supports education equity, and told stories in English, Spanish, Maya Tzotzil, and Dari. She currently works in media design and media strategy for nonprofits, NGOs, universities, and ethical businesses through her company ETTA HART.