Sarah Craig is an award-winning radio journalist and documentary photographer. She has worked for Gimlet Media, KALW Public Radio and KQED Public Radio in San Francisco. Her work has been supported by the International Women’s Media Foundation, the California Humanities, and the Society for Environmental Journalists to report on climate migration and issues of water quality and quantity in California’s Central Valley. Sarah has received numerous awards for her work including a 2017 Excellence in Journalism Award from the Society for Professional Journalists as well as the 2017 Untold Story Award from Narratively to report on the inability of Marshallese immigrants to access healthcare in the U.S. Her work has been published by NPR’s Morning Edition, Marketplace, KQED, KALW, KCRW, High Country News, Water Deeply, and others. She was a 2020 Ted Scripps Environmental Journalism Fellow. She received a B.A. in Geography at Vassar College and studied at the Salt Institute of Documentary Studies.