Sarah Coffey

Sarah Coffey

Sarah Coffey graduated from Christopher Newport University (Hampton Roads, Va.) with a Bachelor of Fine Arts and a Master of Arts in Teaching. While attending CNU, she played on the varsity volleyball team and participated in the art program. Following five years of school, she traveled to South America where she lived and taught English in Manta, Ecuador for a year. Coffey is currently starting her career in teaching and writing in the U.S. She's an outgoing, athletic person who loves to be outdoors, eat well and enjoy the beauty of nature.

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