Community Inclusion & Services
Sarah Haywood Eaton
Sarah Haywood Eaton joined Disability Rights Washington in 2013 after graduating magna cum laude from Seattle University School of Law where she received the Dean’s Medal for the graduating class of 2013. During her time at Seattle University, Sarah interned with the Unemployment Law Project, Legal Voice, and the Northwest Justice Project. She also served in Seattle University’s Civil Rights Amicus Clinic working on a policy report about United States Customs and Border Patrol activities on the Olympic Peninsula and as the Managing Editor of the Seattle Journal for Social Justice. Prior to attending law school, she graduated from Occidental College with a B.A. in Spanish Language and Diplomacy and World Affairs. In her free time, she enjoys playing soccer, running, backpacking, and reading.