Sarah Rindlaub joined the Board of Directors at the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute in 2017.
A graduate of Agnes Scott College, Sarah began her professional life as program coordinator/event planner at the Hoover Institution. Her career path shifted two years later when, seeking to support U.S. military personnel, she became a flight attendant on Military Air Command flights to bases in Vietnam and throughout the Pacific. In the years since, Sarah has worked for charter and commercial passenger airlines serving in various positions including senior international flight attendant, training instructor, and corporate sales. A survivor of two separate airline crashes, she brought rare, first-hand experience to her work as emergency training instructor for several international airlines in the U.S. and Asia.
Her interest in public policy has been constant, and she’s been active in community-oriented organizations at home and abroad. Sarah is co-founder of Women of Washington, a Washington-state educational organization dedicated to communicating America’s founding principles to women with a focus on understanding local, national, and global issues that are critical to our world today. She is also a current Board member and past Chairman of the Washington Policy Center, one of the largest free-market state-based think tanks in the nation.
Sarah and her husband, John, have three daughters and one grandchild. After spending the past five years in Hong Kong, they returned to their permanent residence in Washington state.