Sarah Torres, B.S. M.Ed
Professional Educator – Butterfly Program
Sarah started her career working with children with special needs as a volunteer at a summer camp for children with disabilities in the Hill Country. At Camp C.A.M.P. she volunteered as a counselor, chief cabin counselor, cook, activity head instructor and activities coordinator. During her time at Camp C.A.M.P. she learned the value of therapeutic recreation.
When she is not teaching or writing a dissertation, Sarah can be found spending time with her three children. She is a loyal Spurs fan. Sarah Torres is a native Texan who joined our professional teaching staff after working as a special education teacher in San Antonio, Houston, Washington D.C. and northern Virginia. Sarah earned her B.S. in Special Education from Boston University in 2001 and her M. Ed in Curriculum and Instruction in Reading from Concordia University in 2012. She is currently “all but dissertation” in the doctoral program for Applied Neuroscience in Special Education at The George Washington University