Sarah Conway is a journalist based in Chicago, where she covers immigration, labor, politics, and power. Her work has appeared in Chicago magazine, Chicago Reader, South Side Weekly, In These Times, Guernica magazine, and other publications. Conway is a civic reporting resident at City Bureau, a journalism lab on Chicago's South Side. Previously as a City Bureau reporting fellow, she covered criminal justice reform, the housing crisis facing asylum seekers, food deserts. She is the editorial director at 90 Days, 90 Voices, a nonprofit covering the refugee and immigration crisis which recently received the Peter Lisagor Award for Best Online Start-Up. Conway is nominated for nominated for Best Short Story or Essay in 2018 by the Chicago Review of Books. Originally from Illinois, Conway is a graduate of New York University's Arthur L. Carter School of Journalism. She previously worked in Iraq, Niger, Madagascar and Ghana.