Sarah Thomas is completing the M.A. in Human Rights as a part-time student, while working at a classical liberal philanthropic network. She is a graduate of Stanford University, where she majored in philosophy and religious studies and minored in data science. She also studied theology at the University of Oxford, and philosophy at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Sarah has presented conference papers at the University of Oxford, the University of Dallas, Saint Francis University, and the Eric Voegelin Society. She has held fellowships from Stanford University, the North American Paul Tillich Society, the Zephyr Institute, and the Thomistic Institute and Institute for Human Ecology. Sarah has interests in metaphysics, natural law, and the intersection of theology and classical liberalism. Long term, she hopes to pursue a research career that advances human dignity, rights, and the free society.