Sarah Ann Savage
Sarah Ann Savage
Senior Policy Analyst and Policy Advisor

Regional & Community Outreach


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Federal Reserve’s Early Care and Education Work Group. 2023. “A Late Start: Understanding Public Investments in Education to Inform Supply-Side Investments for Early Learning.” Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Community Development Research Brief 2023-03.

Four Moms on the Consequences of Not Having Child Care for Nontraditional Work Schedules.” Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Invested: In Conversation (2022).

Child care tradeoffs among Massachusetts mothers,” with Wendy Robeson. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Community Development Issue Brief 22-3 (2022).

The Solution is no secret, we can fix child care,” with Marybeth Mattingly, Catherine Tonsberg, and Jess Carson. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Community Development Opinion Piece (2021).

American Rescue Plan Act of 2021: Opportunities for Stabilizing the Most Fragile Part of the Child Care Market—Infant and Toddler Care.” Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Community Development Field Note, (21-1) 2021.

CommonWealth Beacon: “Major public funding needed for child care,” with Marybeth Mattingly and Marija Bingulac (2020).

CommonWealth Beacon: "State leaders must invest in child care," with Pratima Patil and Marybeth Mattingly (2020).

Understanding Appetites for Addressing the Early Child Care Access Problem: Results from a Stakeholder Survey in New England,” with Marija Bingulac and Julia Wilson. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Community Development Issue Brief 20-2 (2020).

"The Effects of the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic on Service Workers in New England,” with Sara Chaganti, Erin Michelle Graves, Amy Higgins, Marybeth J. Mattingly, and Catherine Tonsberg. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Community Development Issue Brief 20-1 (2020).

High-Quality Early Child Care: A Critical Piece of the Workforce Infrastructure.” Community Development Framing Paper, May 2019.

Improving Individual Development Accounts after the Loss of Federal Matching Funds: Lessons on Scalability from a Community College Pilot

Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship: Financial Pasts, Presents, and Futures of Community College Students of a Personal Finance Course, derived from Chapter 4 of the Boston Fed’s Resource Handbook for Community Colleges.

N.E. Journal of Higher Education: New Way to Break Down Barriers to Higher Education: Build "Financial Capabilities"

A Resource Handbook on Building the Financial Capabilities of Community College Students