Sarah Ford has served as Legal Director at the South Carolina Victim Assistance Network since 2017 where she leads a team of attorneys and advocates to provide direct legal services to South Carolina crime victims. A life-long South Carolinian, Sarah attended Columbia College where she was Class President, graduating with a B.A. in History and Political Science.
Following graduation, Sarah taught with Teach for America in Charlotte, NC before beginning law school. Sarah graduated from Charleston School of Law, where she was a member of Moot Court Board and President of Women in Law. She is a former prosecutor with a focus on crimes against women and children. Sarah routinely lectures on victims’ rights issues across South Carolina and beyond. Recently selected as a 20 Under 40 recipient by The State Newspaper, Sarah is also involved in a number of community projects and organizations, including serving as Past President of Junior Service League of Orangeburg and Catch the Vision International, where she serves on the Haiti mission team.