Sarah Masih has worked in the space of homelessness, poverty, and behavioral health services throughout North Texas for over a decade. She received her Bachelors and master’s in social work from the University of Texas in 2010 and 2011, respectively, and obtained her clinical licensure shortly thereafter. She began her career in homeless services and eventually transitioned to the behavioral health arena with the goal of obtaining clinical licensure. During this time, she worked alongside hospital leadership to develop protocols to assist those facing behavioral health crises and identify the best ways to serve vulnerable populations seeking emergency services. Through this process, she developed a passion for helping underserved communities and solving complex issues.

Sarah served as The Director of Adult and Family Services with the Salvation Army for 6 years before transitioning to Catholic Charities. In this role, she provided programmatic and administrative oversight at the Carr P. Collins Social Service Center, along with programmatic oversight across Dallas County in 4 additional community centers. Through this work, she developed and implemented programs related to poverty, addiction, behavioral health, and homelessness across Dallas County.

Sarah has a passion for her profession as a Social Worker and designed both clinical supervision and MSW internship programs in her previous roles.

In her free time, she enjoys spending time outside as possible, traveling, enjoying time with friends and family, and tending her innumerable houseplants.