Sarah Curry is the Policy Director at the Platte Institute. Her work focuses on fiscal issues such as taxes and the state budget as well as federalism, local government, transparency, regulation, and a host of other policy areas. She regularly testifies before the Nebraska Legislature’s Revenue Committee and has been published and quoted in several media outlets across the state.
She is currently a doctoral candidate in Finance with her dissertation focusing on municipal debt. She has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a minor in Government and an International Master of Business Administration.
Previously, she was the Director of Fiscal Policy Studies at the John Locke Foundation in Raleigh, North Carolina. Sarah began her policy work for the North Carolina State Senate as a research assistant for the chairs of the Senate Agricultural Committee and headed the research efforts for the Regulatory Reform Committee.
Being born and raised on her family’s farm, Sarah enjoys everything outside from hiking, camping, fishing, to horseback riding. She is also a soccer referee and volunteer with the Girl Scouts. She and her husband, Paul, are the proud parents of two boys, Philip, and Isaac.