Sarah Daniels-Campbell, a lifelong Democrat, is a freelance graphic designer, web developer, and photographer. She has resided in NH since 2003. Sarah’s commitment to advocacy and public service began in earnest 19 years ago, after the premature birth of her second daughter, born 15 weeks early and weighing just over 1 pound, and the loss of her family’s healthcare the day after that birth. Navigating the complicated maze of bureaucracy in order to secure medical services inspired Sarah to form an international non-profit online support organization for families of preemies. This led to her election to the Board of the National Perinatal Association, serving as the parent representative. As a member of that Board, Sarah helped lobby Congress to enact the PREEMIE Act (P.L.109-450), a bill championed by the March of Dimes.
Sarah has used her 1st term on PAD’s Board to create broad-reaching, cross-generational platforms to spread the message of the Plymouth Area Democrats, grow participation and further the values of the Democratic Party.