Sarah Moore was appointed to the Arkansas State Board of Education in 2018 by Governor Asa Hutchinson to represent Arkansas’ first congressional district. A resident of Stuttgart, Moore taught elementary school in the Stuttgart School District and then worked at the Office for Education Policy at the University of Arkansas. In addition, she has worked with Teach for America and the Arkansas Teacher Corps to train and develop non-traditional teachers. Moore served as the education policy advisor to Gov. Asa Hutchinson during his first term in office, focusing on K-12 education issues, including the Computer Science Initiative. In this role, she saw firsthand that Arkansas’ students will be better prepared for their future and will exceed when provided high-quality opportunities, such as computer science. A native of Little Rock, she received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Duke University and a doctorate in education policy from the University of Arkansas.