Sarah Gimont

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    Sarah Gimont

    Sarah is the associate legislative director for environment, energy and land use policy. In this role, she serves as the liaison to NACo's Environment, Energy and Land Use (EELU) Policy Steering committee and works with county officials across the nation to set organizational priorities and polices for environment, energy and land use issues that affect counties. Prior to joining NACo, Sarah worked as government relations coordinator at a small firm in Washington, D.C., representing local governments and other public entities on infrastructure and related issues.

    Sarah received her undergraduate degree in International Relations and Modern History from the University of St Andrews in Scotland and is currently a masters of public administration (MPA) candidate at George Washington University. 

    Sarah is the associate legislative director for environment, energy and land use policy.
    2020-10-22
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    2022-03-21

Associate Legislative Director – Environment, Energy & Land Use

Sarah is the associate legislative director for environment, energy and land use policy. In this role, she serves as the liaison to NACo's Environment, Energy and Land Use (EELU) Policy Steering committee and works with county officials across the nation to set organizational priorities and polices for environment, energy and land use issues that affect counties. Prior to joining NACo, Sarah worked as government relations coordinator at a small firm in Washington, D.C., representing local governments and other public entities on infrastructure and related issues.

Sarah received her undergraduate degree in International Relations and Modern History from the University of St Andrews in Scotland and is currently a masters of public administration (MPA) candidate at George Washington University. 

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About NACo

The National Association of Counties (NACo) strengthens America’s counties, serving nearly 40,000 county elected officials and 3.6 million county employees.  Founded in 1935, NACo unites county officials to:

  • Advocate county priorities in federal policymaking
  • Promote exemplary county policies and practices
  • Nurture leadership skills and expand knowledge networks
  • Optimize county and taxpayer resources and cost savings, and
  • Enrich the public’s understanding of county government.

Mission

Strengthen America’s counties.

Vision

Healthy, safe and vibrant counties across America.