Membership Engagement Associate
Sarah Fluker is a Membership Engagement Associate at the Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project (ASAP).
Prior to joining ASAP, Sarah worked at The Outreach Team on Spanish-language electoral advocacy. Previously, she also taught Spanish to undergraduate students in Tallahassee, Florida and Nashville, Tennessee.
Sarah completed her B.A. at Florida State University (FSU) in Media/Communication Studies and Spanish. She earned an M.A. in Hispanic Literature and Cultural Studies from FSU, as well as a Master’s in Spanish Literature from Vanderbilt University. Her Master’s thesis, “Desire in the Time of AIDS: Organic Continuity in Abigael Bohórquez’s Queer Eco-Imaginary”, shed light on the relationship between grief, medical discrimination, and public space.
Her internship work for the UN Joint Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) Latin America, CBS-affiliate WCTV, and a South Florida immigration law firm nurtured her interests in human rights, translation, and media.
Sarah is from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She speaks English, Spanish, and Portuguese. In her free time, she enjoys studying languages, listening to NPR, playing the piano, and spending time on the beach.