Sarah Holtsclaw

Program Assistant, Quaker Outreach


Sarah Holtsclaw

Sarah Holtsclaw served as Quaker Outreach Young Fellow for 2018-2019, working alongside Quaker Field Secretary Christine Ashley, to build and deepen Quaker engagement and advocacy from a spirit-led perspective. She empowers constituents to share their stories and build relationships with their Members of Congress through faith-based lobbying.

Sarah holds a BS in Political Science and Agriculture Change for Environmental Sustainability from Wilmington College of Ohio.

Articles by Sarah Holtsclaw

Event Environmental Advocacy Training & Stewardship Panel 

April 10, 2019 | Quaker Welcome Center and Online

Join us on April 10 the next event in our Quaker Change Maker Series featuring Emily Wirzba and Milo Keller from FCNL's Sustainable Energy and Environment team. Hear stories of Friends’ faith in action as we are called to be wise stewards of what God has provided.

Update Quaker Advocacy Through the Generations 

A Family Tradition

Mothers and daughters, fathers and sons, and multi-generational families joined us to lobby to protect the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program from cuts during FCNL's 2018 Annual Meeting. Friends have shared the practice of advocating for peace and social justice with every new generation.

Update The Future Needs an Advocate 

(Hint: It’s you.)

Spring Lobby Weekend (SLW) changed the course of my life. I hope you’ll give it the same chance for yours.

Event Young Adult Quakers, Making Good Trouble! 

February 27, 2019 | Video Conference

Our Young Adult Friends are movers and shakers in the world. Join the conversation over Zoom video conference and hear stories about how Witness is taking shape in the world today with new leadership and an abundance of possibilities.

Background Persistent Witness: Quakers Inspire a First-time Lobbyist 

Early in the morning, midway through FCNL’s 75th Annual Meeting and Quaker Public Policy Institute (QPPI), Chris Kearns-McCoy sipped a coffee. Chris, FCNL’s Young Fellow for Communications, eagerly awaited the afternoon’s lobby visits.