Sarah Fioroni is a consultant responsible for leading original research projects using U.S.-based public opinion polling. She specializes in overseeing the translation of polling results into engaging public reporting and strategic communications initiatives - including serving as clients' spokesperson to the general public, media, and academic/scientific communities.
Sarah also works as a general advisor to clients on effective internal and external communication strategies, and on the integration of strengths-based philosophy into organizational culture. She works with corporations, non-profit foundations and think tanks across a variety of industries.
Before joining Gallup, Sarah worked as a marketing manager for the University of Michigan's Center for Entrepreneurship and prior to that, as a branding consultant.
Sarah earned a Ph.D. in communication and media from the University of Michigan where her research focused on media effects and political identity.