"We prepare students to engage in the world that is and to help bring about a world that ought to be."

Sarah Min

Sarah Min promotes the advancement of mission-driven organizations who are transforming how to use technology, media and person-to-person outreach to mobilize people and change perceptions about and build political power for women and people of color. She serves as a director on nonprofit boards, including Color of Change, EMILY’s List and the High Line. Sarah currently serves on President Biden’s Advisory Commission on Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians & Pacific Islanders. Previously, Sarah was an independent consultant, working with clients such as HBO, Penguin Random House and other nonprofits, following her tenure as EVP, Marketing & Corporate Development for ScrollMotion, an enterprise software company. Sarah was also the Managing Editor of Vibe and Domino magazines, a Director of corporate development at media conglomerate Bertelsmann, as well as President of literary publishing company McSweeney’s. Sarah holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and a BS in journalism from the University of Illinois, Urbana. She lives in New York City with her husband Matt Pincus and two sons Sy Pincus '26 and Irving Pincus '28.
Friends Seminary actively promotes diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism in all its programs and operations, including admissions, financial aid, hiring, and all facets of the educational experience. To form a community which strives to reflect the world’s diversity, we do not discriminate on the basis of race or color, religion, nationality, ethnicity, economic background, physical ability, sex, gender identity or expression, or sexual orientation. Friends Seminary is an equal opportunity employer.

222 East 16th Street
New York, NY 10003
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Friends Seminary — the oldest continuously operated, coeducational school in NYC — serves college-bound day students in Kindergarten-Grade 12.