Literary Mama writing about the many faces of motherhood
Sarah Thomas

Sarah Thomas is an Assistant Professor of Practice in the English Education Program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, although for nearly twenty years, Thomas taught high-school English before transitioning into a professorship. Alongside her university work, she serves as an Executive Consultant for the Malaika Foundation, a non-profit organization supporting global education for Nebraska teachers and students. Both roles inspire her to conduct research on effective teacher induction and meaningful educational reform, and this fall, Thomas will present creativity research at an international educational reform conference in Beijing. In addition to her teaching and research, spending time with her husband, Jay, teenage children, Samantha and Jack (as well as her golden doodle, Charlie, a third canine child), offers her unlimited learning and joy.